Wednesday, July 12, 2017

[Leaked] This is Google Pixel XL 2 (2017) Made By LG

 

There are still three months to go for the official announcement for the next generation Google Pixel phones but today, get our first look at one of the devices, the bigger of the two. Courtesy of Android Police, the first Pixel “XL” leak shows us that Google isn’t straying all that far from the Pixel’s roots for its first successor that is codenamed “taimen.”





This is the phone that LG has made for Google in place of the HTC-made “muskie” that was once thought to be the new XL. They believe it will have a 6-inch LG-made AMOLED display with a 2:1 ratio. They are also under the impression that the phone will sport a squeezy side, just like we have seen on the HTC U11, which will allow you to interact with the phone, primarily when using Google Assistant.

As for other things we’re picking up from the image, you’ll notice that only a single camera is on the back, so it doesn’t appear as if Google is throwing its hat into the dual-camera craze just yet. That’s fine with me as long as the camera is as-good-if-not-better than last year’s Pixel phones. The back of the phone looks very Pixel-esque, with the glass rear-panel moved up and above the rear-mounted fingerprint reader. The obnoxious antenna band also is gone from the bottom of the phone or at least blended in somewhere.

On the front, you get a FullVision-like LG experience. It looks curved on the edges, rather than perfectly flat like the display is on the LG G6. In a way, it’s kind of a mix of what LG and Samsung did this year with their first flagship phones.

Tell us in the comments, what do you think about this?

Source : Android Police