New Pixel & Pixel XL phone Event, Leaked Specification / Price
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Google Pixel & Pixel XL Leaked Specification / Price [updated]
Display: 5.5 Inch QHD AMOLED
Storage: 32 GB & 128 GB
Camera: 12 megapixel rear & 8 megapixel selfie
Battery: 4050 MAH
Price: Coming soon
Stay tune with us for the updated details.
Google isn’t saying much about its upcoming Oct. 4 event in San Francisco, but many expect it to include an announcement about its new smartphone.
The invite only features Google’s logo. A page posted by Google gives website visitors the option to register their email if they want to be updated about “devices from Google and all the things you can do with them.” A video posted on YouTube on Sept. 19 announces there’s “something new to love on Oct. 4.”
The video seems to hint that the “something new to love” is the heavily awaited Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. A rectangle turns into the outline of a smartphone. The page URL is “madeby.google.com,” fueling the speculation.
The Pixel is expected to be a 5-inch smartphone while the Pixel XL will have a 5.5-inch screen. The phones are expected to be made by HTC but without the HTC logo. It’s also expected to drop the “Nexus” branding.
Expectations are that the new phone will run the Android 7.1 Nougat operating system and include a Snapdragon 821 processor. The larger phone may have a Quad HD display while the smaller one’s expected to have a 1080 display.
They are expected to have a steep price, possibly $649 USD for the Pixel. The phones are likely to be sold on the Google Store. Speculation is that they may also be carried by Verizon Wireless. The price is closer to the iPhone and high-end Samsung phones.
Other anticipated specs include a 12- or 13-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera for both phones. The Pixel is rumored to have a 2,770 mAh battery and the Pixel XL a 3,450 mAh battery.
Other possible new products include a 4K-capable Chromecast and a new Daydream virtual reality headset. Google may also reveal more about Google Home, which would compete against the Amazon Echo, a hands-free speaker with voice control that can also read audiobooks, answer questions and more as well as control household utilities like the lights.
Nexus phones have been around since 2010. Each year a new Nexus phone carries the newest version of Google’s Android operating system first. A year ago Google debuted the Huawei-made Nexus 6P and LG-made Nexus 5X smartphones.
There isn’t much known about why Google’s dropping the Nexus name – or even if that’s definitely the case. Google launched a Pixel C tablet in 2015, introducing the Pixel name. An updated tablet may also be announced at the Oct. 4 event.
The change could go along with Google’s discussions of taking more of a hands-on role in producing products. The answer may or may not materialize at the Oct. 4 event. Either way people will likely be tuning in to see if they can get the first glimpse of the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.