Leaked Google Pixel 2 render shows a dual camera setup and a near edge-to-edge display

The Google Pixel 2 is set to launch this October 2017 and it appears to be very similar in design to its predecessor alongside two interesting features.

A leaked render of the second generation of Google's flagship phone Pixel has appeared online. The supposed render for Google Pixel 2 revealed a slightly new design along with new features as reported by Gizmochina. The report points out that the smartphone is set to launch in October 2017. One thing to note here is that the Pixel 2 render has not deviated from the original design except minor tweaks in terms of the aesthetics and features.

The render for Google Pixel 2, the successor to the original show a dual rear camera setup located the top left corner with a prominent LED flash. The second change in the render shows a near edge-to-edge display design with a higher screen-to-body ratio. Google has not issued any official statement regarding the design so we should

The Google Pixel 2 is expected to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 chipset along with a dual rear camera setup with sensor resolutions of 16 MP and 8 MP. The device is expected to be the smartphone in the market with Android O out of the box. Google is expected to follow an annual launch cycle by releasing the Pixel 2 in October as it did with the Pixel and Pixel XL. We can expect the 2017 flagships to carry a premium price tag.

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