Google Pixel 2 Confirmed to Launch on October 4th
Pixel 2 stepped into the spotlight a couple of days ago when Google released a short teaser which hinted that it will be launched on October 4th. What’s interesting is that the smartphone was actually expected to come out on October 5th, which is the date that Pixel and Pixel XL were unveiled. Nonetheless, October 4th is now basically confirmed by Google and to make things even better, Pixel 2 also showed up in a FCC report as well.
Pixel 2 Boston Billboard
As if Google’s short teaser and FCC report weren’t enough to point out when Pixel 2 will be unveiled, the Android parent also put up a huge billboard sign in Boston which clearly shows that October 4th is the official date when Pixel 2 will step out of the shadows. In addition, the billboard contains the following phrase: “Ask more of your phone”.
Taking in consideration the fact that Pixel 2 will hold the title of being Google’s flagship thus representing Google’s vision of a flawless Android powered smartphone, the expectation bar is set high. While Google doesn’t want to unveil any important information about Pixel 2’s specs yet, we still can get an idea of it will have to offer by taking a look at some of the most plausible rumors. Therefore, Pixel will ship with a 5.0-inches AMOLED display which offers a full HD pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920.
Regarding Pixel 2’s display, the panel is expected to ship with a bezel less design similar to what Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Apple’s iPhone X are offering. In the specs department, Pixel 2 is said to ship with one of Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 chipsets that’s coupled with an Adreno 540 graphics processing unit, 64GB of storage space and 4GB of RAM.