On October 4th, Google plans to unveil a couple of new smartphone devices – more precisely the Pixel and Pixel XL, phones that will replace the actual Nexus range. During the last couple of weeks we’ve seen a lot of pictures and render with these two products, and today we’re getting another leak – a 360-degree video that shows up the 5-inch Pixel phone from all angles.



The one detail that manages to draw in our attention is the glass part which occupies one third of the whole back┬ápanel. It looks like this upcoming Google phone looks a lot like the HTC One A9, with a just a couple of differences between them like the glass part on the back, and the fact that the fingerprint scanner is now found on the back – and not as a home button on the front panel.


From Google Pixel we expect the following hardware specs: 5-inch Full HD display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820/821 processor, 4 GB of RAM memory and 32 GB of internal storage (no microSD slot probably). A 12-mpx rear sensor will be on-board, a 8-megapixel selfie cam and a 2770 mAh battery. Android 7.0 Nougat will be as expected preinstalled on the handset.

via: phonearena.com

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