Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL Smartphones Leaked via Carphone Warehouse
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Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL Smartphones Leaked via Carphone Warehouse

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones have been the talk of the town. Ever since they were speculated to release, everyone has been really excited and psyched about the arrival of these gen-next Google smartphones. There have been a large number of leaks that have surrounded the release of these devices for a long while. The smartphones are just a few days away from their official release, and the excitement is at an all-time high. UK based Carphone Warehouse has accidentally leaked a large number of informative banners about the device, which were actually supposed to be launched at a later date.

The banners, as seen above, give us a detailed insight into the Google Pixel smartphones. The banners talk about a number of features – the Google Assistant, Google Allo and Google Duo, Google’s Live Cases are also back. There are a number of features which are highlighted here. The device owners will get access to unlimited backup on Google Photos as well.

The website talks about the quick charge functionality of the Google Pixel smartphones. It claims that 15 minutes of charge would deliver up to 7 hours of battery life. Specs too, have been leaked via the Carphone Warehouse website. It has come to light that the Google Pixel would feature a 5 inched screen, and the XL would come with a 5.5 inched screen. The devices would both feature Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage space.

The Pixel as well as the Pixel XL would run on Android 7.1 Nougat OS. Both the smartphones would feature USB Type-C storage, as well as a fingerprint scanner. The smartphones are both going to release with a 12MP camera in the back and an 8MP camera in the front. Stay tuned with us at Newsient, as we cover the Google event on the 4th of October as it happens!

Article written by Karan Paul

Fond of football, and particularly of Manchester United, Karan is a law student from Rajkot. However, he has been writing technology for the past 2 years. He covers day to day news stories for Newsient, and loves to play around with the newest of gadgets! Contact him at [email protected]