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Google Pixel 2 Render Showcases Dual Cameras, Thin Bezels

When Google announced the Google Pixel smartphones last year, they shook the world of Android technology. The company is all set to follow up last years’ smartphones this year with the Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL 2. While not much was known about these devices so far, details have now started to leak. With the launch expected to take place in October, early renders have popped up. Let us take a look at how the Google Pixel 2 looks like –

The upcoming Google Pixel 2 smartphone has been spotted with extremely thin bezels. The new generation Pixel devices will come with thin bezels on the left and right, and slightly thicker (but thinner than previous generation) bezels on top and bottom. The render showcases the display to come with largely the same UI as the previous model.

While most of the back side of the device looks largely unchanged in terms of design, there is one major change in the Google Pixel 2. While last years’ Google Pixel smartphone was known for the amazing camera it came with, this year, Google is going to double the cameras. The Google Pixel 2 is expected to come out into the markets with two cameras on the top corner. These dual rear cameras are expected to be 16MP+16MP while the front camera will be that of 8MP.

The dual shade back panel is still as impressive as ever, with a fingerprint scanner placed on the center, similar to last years’ Pixel. Current speculations indicate that the Google Pixel 2 would come out with the Snapdragon 836 processor. However, we take that with a pinch of salt as such a processor is yet to be announced. Talking of the Google Pixel devices, it was recently reported that the Google Pixel and Pixel XL users would be the first smartphones to get the Android O OS update, in August.

Article written by Jay Poojara

Writing since he was 15, Jay is an avid tech enthusiast, as well as an animal lover. When he is not writing for us at Newsient, he is seen snoozing around in the lawn with his puppies and a book on a bright summer evening. He is particularly fond of Samsung devices. Contact him at jay@newsient.com