A new render of the actual design of the Google Pixel 2 duo has shown up, giving us a clear image of what the new Google flagship devices may look like.

The images that you can see below are based on the CAD renders that we have shown you earlier.

Looking at the images we have shown you earlier, it was really hard to tell how the big the screen size may be, well today is the day to see how it all might look in clear conditions.

Google Pixel (smaller version)

As you can see, it really seems like the smaller 5″ version will stick with large bezels on the top and bottom part (but at least we get front facing stereo speakers!). The larger XL version however is dubbed to look similar to the LG G6, having a large area of screen with very small bezels all around.

The Google Pixel 2 (and XL) are expected to go official with the 3 colours options we have seen last year: Quite Black, Very Silver and Really Blue.

An additional Red colour may also be released as a welcome addition, naming wise – we are unsure what it may be called, but the creators of the renders did not forget about the the likes of the RED iPhone for sure.

Above, you can see how the Google Pixel 2 may look in red. The creators paid close attention while creating these renders to show the red variant with a black/white front. We’ll let you take the final judgements on which one would look better in real life.

If you have not already, check out these other CAD renders in the video down below.


What are your thoughts about these new renders of the Google Pixel 2? Which colours do you like the most? Let us know in the comments down below!