Rumors and leaks surrounding the upcoming Google Pixel 2 phone have been making rounds for quite a while now. The latest news regarding the phone is that it might not be designed by HTC this time. Instead, that job was assigned to LG, which was allegedly confirmed in a recent leak.
That’s not the only bit of information we know about the handset. A benchmark listing has revealed that it will sport an 18:9 display ratio, hinting at an all-screen design, which is, undoubtedly, the latest trend in the industry this year.
Today, we have received a couple of rendered images of the upcoming Google smartphone via Reddit.
Before getting too excited about the design, let me tell you this! This isn’t a leak but a render posted by a user on Reddit, and hence the chances are very likely that the final device may look nothing like the above renders.
However, the renders look amazing and go hand-in-hand with the latest rumors about the device. You can see an all-screen design on the front, which can support a display of 18:9 aspect ratio. There are a dual camera setup and a fingerprint scanner in the back, which is a mix of metal and glass like the original Google Pixel.
Based on previous leaks, the Google Pixel 2 will pack a 5.6-inch screen with a display resolution of 1312 x 2560 resolution, along with 4GB RAM, 128GB storage, and 12MP+7MP dual rear camera. Under the hood, the phone should be powered by Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset Snapdragon 835.