Google’s newest Pixel flagship has been a topic for a few weeks now, and we are still receiving new renders and news about the upcoming Google phone(s).

The new renders show us a slightly improved version of the design that we have shown you not that long ago.

Today, we are going to show you the exact same thing, but now we’ll be able to include the normal, smaller version of the Pixel device too.

Keep in mind that these renders are based on CAD renders that the manufacturer usually creates to sketch up their devices for the manufacturing process.

Google Pixel 2

The dimensions are about 145.3 x 69.3 x 7.8mm (8.2mm with the camera bump).

As you can see above, the smaller Pixel 2 device (and the larger XL too) is likely going to have stereo speakers on the front and a bezelless display. The phone should be powered by Snapdragon 835 chipset and should also have IP68 water and dust resistance certificate. The fingerprint sensor for both devices are supposed to be located on the back, underneath the glass panel this time around.

Google Pixel 2 XL

The dimensions are about 157.6 x 76.3 x 7.9mm (8.6mm with the camera bump)

Both devices are expected to be equipped with dual-cameras on the back (though this might not be true if we take these renders into consideration), also both are said to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack port, perhaps preferably for a larger battery or more space for the ‘squeezing’ functions which are supposed to be placed on the bottom half of the sides.

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Also, the front glass panel will likely be a 2.5D glass panel to make it look like it curves around the edges of the device.

The renders that we have shown you earlier indeed confirm and align with the new renders very nicely, it is possible that this (with some minor adjustments) is the last and final version of the new upcoming flagships.

Check out the video below if you are interested to see a little bit more.

 

What are your thoughts about these new renders about the new Google Pixel devices? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below!

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