Official renders of the Pixel 2 phones surfaces

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Official renders of the Pixel 2 phones surfaces

Blass leaked another photo on Twitter showing the supposed Pixel 2 XL at an angle, clad in a case. That's why a lot of people have been waiting for the Pixel 2 and XL 2 to be launched. We also see that the screen has rounded corner which is the signature design that came with the LG G6, which makes sense, as LG is developing the XL version of the phone.

Both smartphones will have a 12-megapixel rear main camera, as well as front-firing stereo speakers - a first for the Pixel line. Even if the price is high, we are at least getting desired changes in the Google's flagship phone.

We'll officially know more about these devices on Wednesday but, like most modern smartphone launches, someone has already revealed full details in a major leak.

The differences between the Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL appear to be cosmetic, according to months the rumors that hint at similar internal specs.

Google is all set to unveil its second generation of Pixel devices on October 4 along with a plethora of other products like Google Pixelbook, Google Home Mini, and a new Daydream VR headset. Unlike the Nexus devices, the Pixel devices are 'Made by Google.' So it's not just the software that comes from Google, the hardware also comes from Google.

A new batch of pictures posted online by tech tipster Evan Blass suggest the larger XL model will be the more advanced of the two.

According to Blass, the smaller of the two, i.e., Pixel would feature a 5-inch 1080p display while Pixel 2 XL would flaunt a 6-inch not completely bezel-less QHD display.

We've featured the two phones several times already but a lot of them are rumors and leaks. The former might be sold at $649 (64GB) and $749 (128GB) starting from October 19. Reportedly the regular Google Pixel 2 will not feature an 18:9 display and would be pretty much the same as last years' Pixel in terms of design from the front.

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