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Google Pixel XL 2017 LEAKED: This is how it might look?

Google’s current flagships, Pixel and Pizel XL has done good in the market. Though I personally preferred the old Nexus series than the current Pixel series, but it’s gone. So, focusing on the present, Pixel’s next device was in rumour mill from quite a sometime and finally AndroidPolice has leaked the first images of the Pixel XL 2017 Renders!

Pretty good design and much improved from the current model. As per the pictures, the Google Pixel XL – 2 or Google Pixel XL 2017 (code named – Taimen) will sport a sharper look as compared to its predecessor. Sources confirm the rumours that the Pixel device is manufactured by LG. If these images from sources are to be believed, the Google Pixel XL 2017 version will carry a 6-inch AMOLED display made by LG that will hold a 2:1 aspect ratio. The bezels of the smartphone have also been drastically reduced and the device now looks to be sharper than before. Though the next Google Pixel XL will not sport a curved screen, the 3D glass effect on the smartphone looks to be equally profound.

Pixel XL 2017

The fingerprint scanner on the smartphone has been shifted outside the top glass window, which by the way, has been shortened in length. Sadly, the image does not show anything about any 3.5mm audio jack, and it is not clear whether Google will opt for one or not.

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It’s still leaked renders or can say “rumours” so nothing’s confirmed yet. Will have to wait few more months to get a little more idea about the device. Though, leaks always destroy the excitement of a phone while the launch.

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