Google Pixel Leak Reveals That There will Be No Dual Camera

Google Pixel Leak Reveals That There will Be No Dual Camera

Google Pixel’s successor will expectedly be uncovered by the search giant at the end of this year but the renders of the cell phone have now been leaked on the Internet. While the prior leaked pictures proposed that Pixel XL will come with limit bezels much like current flagship Android cell phones, the new renders show that the customary variation of the cell phone will come with indistinguishable wide bezels from the most recent year’s model. Tragically, the 3.5mm earphone jack may likewise not be advancing toward the current year’s models of Google Pixel also.

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Venture Beat’s Evan Blass has shared renders of Google Pixel’s 2017 model, otherwise known as Google Pixel 2, which proposes that the cell phone won’t come with a few features that are normally present in the current flagship Android cell phones. In the mutual renders, we can see that separated from thick bezels, there is no double camera setup.

HTC and LG to manufacture Google devices

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According to Venture Beat’s report, HTC has been hand over to manufacture the littler of the two models and keeping in mind that it will be gorging it’s forward looking stereo speakers (BoomSound) and EdgeSense elements to the Pixel series, it won’t be introducing edge-with edge displays to Google Pixel. Although, the manufacturing work of Pixel XL’s successor has been assigned to LG which is known as Google Pixel XL 2, and will be implementing thin bezels on the cell phone, much the same as on its LG G6 cell phone.

Undesirably, something that Venture Beat is very certain about is that Google will be dumping 3.5mm earphone jack with the upcoming era of Pixel cell phones and rather will be utilizing other network choices to fill in the gap.

Independently, Google has cut the costs for both Pixel and Pixel XL cell phones as we pave the way to the release of the next generation in a couple of months. Google Pixel’s 32GB model is currently available with $125 discount at $524 (generally Rs. 33,400) while a similar storage variation of Pixel XL cell phone is down $200 from its launch cost and now retailing for $569 (generally Rs.36,300), according to a report by Android Central. Furthermore, the pursuit mammoth is additionally offering a free Google Daydream VR headset alongside each Pixel buy to sweeten the deal.