Google Pixel has been crowned by most of the tech experts and users as the best Android Smartphone of 2016 or for that matter, it continues to be the best Android offering till date. Google Pixel and Pixel XL were almost flawless and the only few things users could’ve complained about would be an expensive price tag and no water or dust resistance. However, it seems that Google is all set to take care of both of these issues in the Google Pixel 2.
According to the latest report published by 9to5google, Google is considering about the inclusion of water and dust resistance to the Google Pixel 2. Google was planning to include these features in last year’s Google Pixel as well but it couldn’t do so due to the paucity of time. However, it’s still uncertain whether the Pixel 2 will be water and dust-proof or not.
The report further adds that the Google Pixel 2 is being tested out with some Qualcomm Snapdragon 83X and some Intel Chips. Owing to the top-notch processors and the waterproofing, the Pixel 2 will be more expensive than its predecessor Google Pixel. However, the report also adds that Google might be working on a low-end model of the Pixel 2 which will be priced comparatively lower.
Aside from enhanced chipsets and water-resistance, the Google Pixel 2 will have a much better camera which will work great in even low-lighting conditions. The current Pixel camera is already lauded as one of the finest out there and if Google successfully manages to notch up even that, then it would be really incredible.
There’s still time to the Google Pixel 2 and we will see many changes being made to this test versions. Be ready for a flood of Pixel 2 rumours and speculations which will not end until the device gets actually unveiled.
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