It's likely that Google will have an official announcement about this feature, and a whole lot more, at the Pixel launch event in just a few hours. Google will be live streaming the event through a dedicated YouTube channel.
The Mountain View company began selling Pixel phones a year ago, with mixed results. According to a report, the smartphones will hit the market starting October 19.
Stay tuned with us to know everything that takes place at the event tomorrow! If reports are right, both Pixel 2 phones will ditch the 3.5mm or headphone jack, toss in front-facing speakers, and use USB-C for charging. There will be a combination of glass and metal body at the rear panel.
On the top-left corner, the camera lens and LED flash are placed, and the circular fingerprint sensor sits at the center.
Google introduces suite of gadgets in hardware push
In this ad, Google describes the Pixel 2 as a new way to capture, store, and see the world. The smartphone will possibly be fueled by a 2,700mAh battery. The larger device is rumored to be shipping an OLED screen display with Wide Color Gamut with a new design with trimmed side-to-side bezels that would look like of the LG V30, while the Pixel 2 will supposedly offer a similar boxy display design to the first generation.
Price of the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL is expected to be in the Rs 42,000-49000 range. However this isn't limited to just the Google Pixel smartphones as the price of nearly all flagship smartphones has shot up this year and continues to rise.
Tuesday's leak suggests that the Pixel 2 will have a redesigned home screen. Rumors have revealed that the Pixel 2 XL is an LG-made device that features a 6-inch display that supports QHD+ resolution and an aspect ratio of 18:9. The SoC is expected to be paired with 4GB RAM, though this number could even be bumped up to 6GB. Our prediction: Unless the iPhone X is a glitchy disaster, the Pixel 2 will struggle to keep up. So far there has been no specific mention about wireless charging. Both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL can be picked up with either 64GB or 128GB of onboard storage. Two weeks ago Droid Life reported on leaks of almost every major product expected to be announced at tomorrow's event, including the Google Home Mini.