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.
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.
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.