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Here is the Google Pixel 2 XL (2017), With its AMOLED Display and thin Borders

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Many of you are waiting for the new Google Pixel before renewing your current smartphone. It is rumored for 4-5 months that the phones are coming with Bezel-less displays, dual cameras and more. Well, Android Police has just published some information about the next variant of the Pixel in its XL version i.e the Google Pixel 2 XL and this is our very first look at the phone, finally.

The Google Pixel 2 XL

The Google Pixel 2 XL

According to Android Police, this information leak should be considered serious. This Pixel 2 XL version would incorporate an AMOLED screen designed by LG. The rumour is plausible, the Korean manufacturer would be on the verge of designing AMOLED displays. As expected, it would also adopt very thin screen bezels on the sides with a 2: 1 screen ratio. A look quite close to the LG

The Google Pixel 2 XL looks quite close to the LG G6, but also the Samsung Galaxy S8. Google has also integrated two speakers at the front of the smartphone to provide stereo sound. Finally, it would also adopt the “pressure” system of the HTC U11 to activate Google Assistant. As the rear side of the phone reveals, there isn’t any dual camera system so it seems Google planned to stick with single camera sensor only. There is the same Glass and Metal design on the back but this time, the glass doesn’t enclose the fingerprint scanner and it is for the camera module only.

Finally, some rather exciting rumours. Let us wait patiently for official information.

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