Google Pixel 2 Renders Designs Inspired From LG G6 and Essential PH-1

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Ankita Shah
Ankita Shah
Content writer at TechGenYZ

A set of new Google Pixel 2 concept renders leaked online on Saturday, with one Reddit user posting several details of the upcoming Android smartphone that were inspired by both LG G6 and Essential PH-1. Unlike the Google Pixel smartphone, which was launched earlier, it failed to seek users’ attention because it was overrated compared to its competitors, Apple, iPhone, and Samsung. To overcome the drawbacks of previous smartphones, some new changes have been made to the design of the Google Pixel 2, making it look awesome.

There are thin bezels at the front, and the dual camera is at the back, making it look more impressive. The smartphone consists of a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner above Google’s regular G logo. This month, the details leaked online are similar to the Google Pixel 2. The tech giant will be releasing some devices which were the inspiration by Andy Rubin’s essential can change the course.

Specifications of Google Pixel 2:

The Google Pixel 2 sports a Full Vision display panel in the ratio of 18:9 and rounded screen corners along with the bezel front.

Google Pixel 2 sports a 5.6-inch display with a resolution of 1312 X 2560 pixels. The upcoming smartphone also consists of a Qualcomm 835 chipset running ablaze at 2.4GHz in addition to 4GB of RAM combined with Adreno 540 GPU.

Now the most interesting feature that excites the users is the camera. The camera features a 12MP snapper at the rear of Taimen, whereas the selfie camera is 7MP.

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