Taimen". This means Google will still be releasing two new Pixel phones, the smaller of which (code-named "walleye") will be the direct sequel to the Google Pixel and have the same 5-inch display, and the larger Taimen will be the Pixel XL 2. It's currently unclear how big Taimen will be but it has been reported as being larger than the 5.5-inch Pixel XL.According to Android Police, the Pixel XL 2 (code-named "Muskie") has been cancelled and instead of Muskie, the 2017 Pixel XL will be based on the device code-named "
Google isn't a newcomer in terms of big phones, of course. The Nexus 6P had a 5.7-inch display and the Nexus 6 had a 6-inch display. We're not convinced Google would go all the way to 6-inches again, but something in the 5.7 or 5.8-inch range seems reasonable for the next-gen Pixel XL, especially with the trend of shrinking bezels.
What do you all think? What size should Taimen be?
source: Android Police