Google’s next-gen flagship smartphone, the Pixel 2, is eagerly awaited. However, the recent leaked renders of the device may turn out to be highly disappointing for Android fans. At a time when smartphone manufacturers are busy producing bezel-less smartphones, Google might be on a different path, only if the renders are to be believed which show Google Pixel 2 with thick bezels.
The renders are said to be based on the leaked details about the device and created by a fan of the Google phones. Renders may be the result of imagination of fans, they at times turn out are to be accurate to some extent.
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The renders show the Google Pixel 2 featuring a 16: 9 aspect ratio with pronounced bezels at the top and bottom as well as slight bezels on the sides. Sadly, a single rear camera has been depicted in the bezels as already suggested by past leaks. Other noticeable feature is the presence of a rear fingerprint sensor.
Coming to the front of the Google Pixel 2, the renders show virtual on-screen keys which is in line with rumors that point towards the lack of a physical home button up front. Code named Walleye, Google Pixel 2 will not feature the 3.5mm audio jack. Instead it will come with pressure-sensing frames similar to the Edge Sense technology found in HTC U11 designed by HTC.
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On the other hand, Google Pixel XL 2 will be manufactured by LG and sport a different design than Google Pixel 2. Both devices could be released in October this year.
This design is actually acceptable for the smaller Pixel if priced reasonably…
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