New information about Google's Pixel and Pixel XL phones revealed by Verizon

We're less than 12 hours away from the reveal of Google's Pixel smartphones and we already know quite a bit of information about the handsets thanks to a couple of leaks coming from major carriers and retailer around the world.

The latest details come from none other than Verizon, the US-based carrier also known as the Big Red. By now, we've learned that Google Pixel and Pixel XL will be available in two color options: black and white.

However, Verizon adds one more color into the mix, which means the Pixel phones will be released in at least three colors: blue, black and white. The carrier also confirmed that customers will be able to choose from the 32GB and 128GB versions of the Pixel and Pixel XL.

One other piece of information revealed by Verizon is a new feature called Google Magic, which was briefly mentioned by Carphone Warehouse over the weekend as well. Now, we don't know much about Google Magic, but it's likely to be an improved version of the Google Assistant. We'll most likely learn more about it later today when Google is supposed to go official with both Pixel smartphones.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL were listed at Verizon recently, but the carrier pulled both phones from its website. Luckily, not before someone took some screenshots of the phones and the information that we're presenting you today.

The listing at Verizon also mentions that both Pixel smartphones will benefit from “productivity, performance built for business, strengthened security.” If that's what you would expect from an Android smartphone, then you won't be disappointed by the new Pixel devices, soon to be revealed by Google.

source: Verizon via AndroidCentral


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