Published On: Thu, Sep 14th, 2017

Google’s Pixel 2 is rising on Oct 4

Google is rising a inheritor to a Pixel smartphone on Oct 4, as reliable by a new promotion debate and central alighting page citing a date, and suggesting that anyone who is “thinking about changing phones” balance in for some-more information entrance on Oct 4.

The alighting page asks for an email residence to be alerted with updates, and this same date and a tagline about seeking “more of your phone” that seemed on a billboard in Boston this week (via MobileSyrup). Previous reports had pegged a date for a Pixel inheritor phenomenon during or around Oct 5, too, so this is in gripping with that.

Rumors around a Pixel 2 (or whatever it ends adult being called officially) have been drifting for a while now, suggesting it’ll use a Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB of RAM, as good as ‘squeezable’ vigour supportive sides, and IP68 H2O and dirt resistance. Leaks in Android Oreo have also clearly reliable a new always-on display, identical to a one found in Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Note 8.

The Pixel 2 is also pronounced to be entrance in both a customary and an XL version, only like a strange expelled final year, though a incomparable device is pronounced to have some additional facilities on tip of a 6-inch display, including really slight bezels, since a smaller phone could some-more closely resemble final year’s model.

We’ll have some-more information in reduction than a month, though formed on a alighting page and tagline, it seems like Google will be emphasizing a practical Assistant again with this hardware revision. Google also expelled a teaser video on a YouTube channel that suggests a series of other pivotal areas of focus, including battery life, camera, self-updates, voice recognition, speed continuance and more.

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