Google’s Pixel 2 is expected to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 8
Almost a full year after the release of their first exclusive devices, rumors are swirling about the potential late 2017 launch of Google’s Pixel 2, and if they are to be trusted it will turn up the heat on the high-end segment.
So far there are no official announcements yet but, with the sheer number of leaks regarding the company’s plan for this new version of their critically acclaimed line makes it clear that it’s coming soon.
Inside the rumored feature’s sheet, the Pixel 2 will boast a 5,6" OLED Screed (2,560 x 1,312 pixels), a powerful processor in the Snapdragon 835 accompanied with an Adreno 540 GPU and 4GB of RAM (a number that could double the current iPhone RAM capacities).
Storage-wise, the device will have 64 and 128 GB versions, again with no memory card slot, just as the first generation did and on the camera side, a 12,3 MP one on the back and a 7 MP on the front are to be expected.
OS-wise and depending on the release date, Google could be aiming to release the phone with Android 8.0, but the sooner they announced, the higher the chances to be running Nougat (Android 7.0).
Assuming this specification’s sheet is the one on the official announcement, the Pixel 2 will place itself in the high-end flagships segment, competing directly against the already launched and popular Samsung’s S8, LG’s G6 and the upcoming - but still unannounced - iPhone 8.
As soon as it gets going, this heated competition will surely bring a lot of excitement and amazing innovations for all the mobile devices’ lovers everywhere.
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