The two devices are reportedly manufactured by HTC and LG, respectively. Codenamed Walleye and Taimen they were originally planned to feature the Snapdragon 836 chip; however, due to an alleged delay in the rollout of that silicon, both will feature the Snapdragon 835.
With a five-inch, 1080p display, Pixel 2 is the smaller of the devices, featuring a screen whose aspect ratio is the formerly standard 16:9. Pixel 2 XL, meanwhile, should have a six-inch, QHD+ display in an 18:9 aspect ratio, making it more competitive with this year’s other top-of-range handsets. While this gives XL 2 a reduced bezel profile, it still falls short of being the true edge-to-edge device that some may be hoping for.
Both phones are said to have 4GB of RAM, 64GB/128GB of storage, 12MP rear cameras, and front-firing stereo speakers. They are expected to cost $649/$749 and $849/$949. The Pixel 2 should be released on October 19th and the Pixel 2 XL will reportedly be released on November 15h.
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