The Google Pixel 2 will include a stunning low-bezel design and a bigger rear camera, as well as an attractive AMOLED display and a squeezable frame. That is, according to Android Police, who have posted an “accurate representation” of what Google’s next flagship smartphone will look like.
The new-look smartphone, which is expected to be unveiled later this year, will reportedly sport the same design as the previous model, but with some very noticeable changes to the display.
An AMOLED display will be windowed by far smaller bezels than the previous model of the device, with a look 9to5Google is reporting as “very similar to the LG G6 but with rounded edges.”
It also appears that, according to this mock-up, the new Google Pixel will include the same front-facing camera sensor, but with a front-facing speaker, which will be a welcome addition for those who have complained about the poor sound quality of the Pixel when making phone calls.
The camera sensor on the mockup is also considerably bigger than the previous model of the Pixel, suggesting that the new camera will be bigger and sport a better megapixel rating.
The mockup also shows the rear fingerprint sensor higher up on the device, but away from the metal casing on which it currently sits on the Pixel 1.
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