Google pixel 2 will feature snapdragon 835, 4GB ram and will be avaliable in 3 versions

Google has already full filled his dream of launching its own smartphone by releasing it’s pixel last year. It was very successful and unexpectedly it has beaten the Samsung Galaxy s7 edge and won the best phone of the year award. The smartphone was manufactured by the Taiwanese giant HTC but there is no HTC logo on the back like the Nexus series phones and Google said that it is made by Google and added a G logo at the back. So after the successful launch of Google pixel, now Google is preparing for the launch of pixel 2.

 
From the past few weeks leaks about the Google pixel 2 has started appearing in the internet. It also came to know that Google seems to be working on three pixel phones and they are codenamed as Walleye, Muskie, and Taimen and all the 3 names are spotted on AOSP code and recently a new AOSP code showed that some employees of Google were using the walleye phone and it means that Google has already made the first demo price and currently testing it.

 
There is currently no Leaks about its design and total specifications of these phones. According to reports walleye is likely to be a compact phone and could replace the 2016 pixel where as Muskie could pack a 5.5 inch display and could replace the 2016 pixel XL while the taimen will pack a massive 6 inch display. Google is basically planning to covers all the screen size. The main difference between these phones will be its display and battery capacity and all others will be same in all 3.
Recently taimen has been spotted in the geekbench benchmark app and it reveals that it will be powered by snapdragon 835, 4GB ram and will be running the upcoming Android O which is currently in beta testing but there is no information provided for the screen size, battery capacity and camera. Recently it was rumoured that the Google pixel 2 will feature a good camera like the Samsung Galaxy s8.

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