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LG makes the Pixel 2 XL that we know of today. But HTC, which made the Pixel 2, was also working on a Pixel 2 XL as well. What could've been, right?
Leaks and rumors have pinned the Pixel 2 (and, to a lesser extent, the Pixel XL 2) to feature a Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm is said to have no 836 plans.
The leaked photos don't tell us much that we want to know, but it does validate the earlier render guesses. We also get more spec affirmation.
There's some more corroboration around the rumors that LG will provide OLED displays for the larger so-called Pixel XL 2 model.
Google's "walleye" and "taimen", aka Pixel 2 and Pixel XL2, are likely around the corner, but we still don't know for sure what OEM is making them.
The big news is that Google may not end up launching three phones in 2017 after all. But for the two phones that were to be bread and butter anyway...
Engineers are not willing to say when the redesign will go live and on what devices, but it does place an emphasis on easy access to Google search.
While the benchmark information is hardly surprising or even very interesting, it's nice to see evidence of Google 'taimen', aka Pixel 2 XXL, testing.
While the company isn't going to be wading into rumors, a Taiwan-based bank believes that LG would be a better stablemate than HTC for Google.
The supposed smallest of the next Pixels is getting around the offices at the Googleplex, apparently. It's a good sign that Google is avoiding failures.
Walleye, Muskie and Taimen are supposed the names of the next-generation Google Pixel phones that will be getting the Snapdragon 835.