One of the best terminals we find on the market today is the Mountain View company. That’s right, we talked about the Google Pixel presented last year and are currently one of the rivals to beat.
For years Google has been in charge of manufacturing its own terminals to compete with the rest of the firms that exist in this market. And almost always has managed to curdle among users, and now come the new Google Pixel 2, ready to give it all.
Specifications of the new Google Pixel 2
As is customary in this sector, rumors and leaks are not long in appearing, and this time has not been different, thanks to XDADevelopers features and specifications of the new Google terminals have been revealed almost completely, so let’s get to know them , We start!
Like last year, this time come two variants of the terminal. In this case they respond to the names of Walleye and Taimen, the second being the greater of the two. So let’s start with the little brother, the Google Pixel 2 Walleye.
This variant will arrive with a screen of 5 inches like the Google Pixel, with Full HD resolution and a significant reduction in frames. In addition the terminal would not have the famous 3.5 mm audio jack connector.
Under the hood we would find the latest Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 835 accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 64 internal storage, although there is no possibility of introducing a microSD to increase that space.
Let’s see what has been leaked about the older brother, the Google Pixel 2 Taimen. In this case the manufacturer would be LG, and we would bring a OLED screen of 6 inches with QHD resolution, reducing their frames as the other variant, as well indicate from AndroidGENS.
Inside the device we would see the Snapdragon 835, accompanied by 4 GB of RAM. Although this time the internal storage is doubled, increasing to 128 GB, but also does not have the possibility of introducing a microSD card.
This is all we know about the new devices from Google, just wait for official information or other leaks that bring us closer to what will be the final version of both models.
You, how do you think the new Google Pixel will be?