See the complete Google Pixel XL 2 specs

See the complete Google Pixel XL 2 specs
It’s just a matter of hours away from now, the Google Pixel
XL 2 will be officially announced. However we have an unofficial presentation
of its features and specs for you right here. Of course, for a top-level
smartphone of such, there will be few surprises, based on what we gathered from

The imminent Pixel 2 XL will spot a 6” P-OLED screen – 18:9
screen, manufactured by LG. It comes with a 1,440 x 2,880px resolution. Though,
Always On Display is not among the list, but for the fact that both the screen
and Android 8.0 Oreo support it, so it’s expected. As per the screen, it has 3D
Arc Glass (Gorilla Glass 5 to be specific).
The SIM situation has been cleared up – this is technically
a dual SIM phone, with one nano-SIM slot and one permanent eSIM (embedded SIM).
Both GSM and CDMA are supported, so presumably you’ll have your pick of
Currently, no info on may be the device supports 3.5mm audio
jack, but there’s what is called Adaptive Audio Amplifier. The Pixel XL 2 comes
with three mics supporting noise cancellation and Wi-Fi calling.
Unfortunately, talking about camera, the specs have been cut
in half. Only the selfie cam is available – 8MP sensor with f/2.4 aperture, no
change for now here. There’s no change in the main camera (other rumours
suggest 12MP with OIS).
The “Pixel Visual Core” caught our attention, though. Rumors
suggest that Google has created a special chip to do image processing, going
beyond the HDR+, which runs on Qualcomm’s IPS.
See the complete Google Pixel XL 2 specs

Speaking of, the phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 835
with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage (there’s likely a 128GB version as well, a
256GB model seem less likely). Android 8.0 Oreo with Google Assistant will be
available out of the box.
The body is built out of aluminum with a smaller glass
window on the back. Dust and water resistance are still basic, there’s no IP
rating. Inside is a 3,520mAh battery with no mention of wireless charging.
There’s something called “advanced x-axis haptics sensor”
which sounds like the squeeze sensor from the HTC U11, rumored to be part of
the new Pixels.
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