If the Google Pixel XL 2017 will have silver and blue versions, here's what they could look like

If the Google Pixel XL 2017 will have silver and blue versions, here's what they could look like
Yesterday, thanks to a render revealed by Android Police, we saw what's supposedly a near-final design of a new Google Pixel XL smartphone - a 6-inch handset reportedly manufactured by LG.

Expected to be announced sometime this fall, the Pixel XL 2017 (or Pixel XL 2) could have at least one of the three color variants that the Pixel XL of 2016 has: black, silver, and blue. 

The render revealed yesterday showed a black Pixel XL 2017, so maybe you also want to see what the smartphone would look like in silver and blue. Thanks to Twitter user Benjamin Geskin, we can now take a look at what could be a next-gen Pixel XL in blue, as well as in silver. As you'll notice below, these blue and silver renders are based on the render from yesterday, which means they should be pretty close to the final design of the upcoming handset, thin bezels and all.

As a reminder, the 6-inch display of the new Google Pixel XL is expected to be a flat one, although the glass covering it should be curved on the sides.

The new Pixel XL might be officially unveiled in October, alongside a smaller, 5-inch second generation Pixel. We'll see then how close to reality these renders are.


source: Benjamin Geskin (Twitter)

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9.0

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9.2
  • Display 6.0 inches 2880 x 1440 pixels
  • Camera 12.2 MP (Single camera) 8 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 4GB RAM
  • Storage 128GB, not expandable
  • Battery 3520 mAh
  • OS Android 11

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