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Google Pixel 2 Leak Intimates It Will Aggressively Dare Apple And Samsung With These 2 Features

Smartphone organisations are known to borrow features from each other. Case in point, the OnePlus five leak hints that it looks almost same to the iPhone 7 Plus. However, a new leak indicates that the Google Pixel 2 will also borrow a few ideas from two other clubs. It is a scandal that the Google Pixel 2 will obtain the dual camera setup from the iPhone 7 Plus and a bezel-less extent vogue screen from Samsung's S8. 


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The second repetition of Google Pixel is slated to be announced later this summer, and we loved the first-pixel generation. In fact, DxO gave it a score of 89/100; we think it has the best camera on any smartphone. Google persists in the lead when it comes to camera technology and software direction, and we can't wait to see if the new repetition will confront the revered Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 8.

The second repetition of Google Pixel is slated to be announced later this summer, and we loved the first-pixel generation. In fact, DxO gave it a score of 89/100; we think it has the best camera on any smartphone. Google persists in the lead when it comes to camera technology and software direction, and we can't wait to see if the new repetition will confront the revered Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 8.

The dual camera in the i Phone 7 Plus has remarkably good zoom skills, and we hope Google replaces suit as it would be a great addition to their smartphones. The Pixel may just feature a dual camera which will function as two lenses capable of taking “wide” and “telephoto” pictures.  

The Google Pixel will have at least 4 GB of RAM for function adequately, and it won't be surprising if they strike that up for the Pixel XL. Android Headlines, reports that the Google Pixel will have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 under the shade, but it may change when we similar to the final launch date.



In theory, will push the top and bottom bezels to give a seamless experience many users already love on the Galaxy S8. The Google Pixel previously sports an amazing OLED screen, and it won't be too far-fetched if Google tracks the same path as Samsung to give us an “infinity” style display. This, 

The first Pixel was well received amongst reviewers and users alike, and it will be interesting to see how Google will pressing the ante in 2017. Google's Pixel appeals to an enthusiastic crowd that definitely want the exclusive Android experience, and the numbers are only growing.

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