Android users, now that the dust has settled on the Iphone 7 release updates, it is time you buckle up for some more interesting news for you all. Google is all up and ready to launch the new Android Smartphone series and apparently, it has the Nexus moniker changed to something more comfortably implemented on its chrome books and tablets.
So far, the Nexus trend is more likely to take on a completely new turn with the introduction of a totally new design with codenames as T50 and T55, owing to the two different versions being launched this year.
The New Name, huh?
Apparently, Google is going to do ditch the Nexus trend for a more simpler and cooler name ‘Pixel’ , with the smaller one being named simply as ‘Pixel’ and the larger one as ‘Pixel XL’.
Wonder who is making them?
Well, Google has assigned this major project to LG and Huawei. However, the question still remains as to which version of this Smartphone will be handled by which company at large.
So, the most awaited thing – what’s new?
At least one of the new ‘Pixel’ Smartphone will be made of metal and glass. The android authority however believes the smaller Pixel is going to be made of aluminum and glass.
Processing will be more powerful with the implementation of the Snapdragon 820 processor. While majority believes in the former, some believe that the Pixel Smartphone will run on the latest release of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor.
Camera quality can be expected as of 12 mega pixels in the rear camera and 8 mp in the front camera.
It is also predicted that the Pixel XL will have a supershark 2K screen
Google is going to retain the headphone jack, although apple has taken it out of consideration.
Micro USB is going to be phased out. Instead the USB-C is going to be in straight right operation in the Pixel Smartphone
Will run the latest version of Android – Nougat
Predicted to be announced on October 4 and released on October 20.
Here is everything that you need to know about the upcoming Pixer Smartphone by Google. Stay hooked for latest updates.
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