The second generation Google Pixel 2, along with its bigger brother Google Pixel XL 2, have leaked and been featured in a number of rumors for some months now. We have just been given a big clue that the Google Pixel 2 is at the “coming soon” stage.
Google has posted a ‘Back to School’ sale and the headlining deal is on Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, in which buyers can save up to $200 and get a bonus Daydream View headset ($79 value) thrown in free of charge! With the sale discount, a 32GB Pixel costs just $524 and the 128GB Pixel, $624. As for Pixel XL, $569 gets you 32GB of storage space and $669 gets you 128GB of memory. All color options are a go [Read More]
Google is expected to release second generation Google Pixel smartphones later this year, replacing the 2016 Google Pixel family. We’ve seen a number of purported leaks and rumors surrounding the device and for the 2017 model, some corners of the internet are growing restless that the smartphones will be too ‘old-school,’ especially with the HTC-built Pixel 2 code-named ‘Walleye.’
Some time in the not so distant future, Google is expected to hold an event to unveil new Pixel hardware. Early this morning, a second render video surfaced online starring ‘walleye‘ and ‘taimen‘ aka LG’s Pixel 2 and HTC’s Pixel XL 2.
We are expecting Google to release two second generation Google Pixel models later this year and are seeing an increasing number of rumors surrounding their abilities.
Rumors surrounding the next-generation Google Pixel smartphones are heating up, and earlier in the week, more was learned thanks to an early leaked render of the supposed ‘Google Pixel XL 2’ device that could launch in October.
This week began much talk and hype for upcoming Pixel 2 smartphones from Google. Last year, the tech giant transitioned from Nexus to a more customer-friendly high-end Pixel line. Therefore, it’s only natural that we expect upgrades this fall to the current Pixel and Pixel XL.
We recently covered the story that Google has cancelled the “Muskie” hardware project, which was believed to be the successor for the Google Pixel XL smartphone. The ‘Muskie’ was one in three hardware code-names for upcoming Pixel devices, the other two being the ‘Taimen‘ and the ‘Walleye.’