Pixel XL 2 To Have More Display Profiles & Always-On Screen

Pixel XL 2 To Have More Display Profiles & Always-On Screen

The display for instance is rumoured to get a size bump. not necessarily with a body size bump.

On the downside, this feature is believed to incur some extent of battery drain.

Diverse species offer different advantages for planet development, challenge completion, and constructing civilizations in the game's "Build" mode*. That now seemingly appears to be a reality, thanks to the early render leaked by Android Police. Can we dream of a borderless screen for the Google Pixel 2?

It will be manufactured by LG and will place the Pixel 2 XL comfortably along the Galaxy S8 and the LG G6. Not much can be gleaned from the picture regarding the snapper's specs and capabilities.

If these photos pan out, though, the phone looks to be more rectangular with sharper corners compared with last year's model.

For its part, Google has remained silent on its plans for the Pixel 2, despite countless rumors surrounding the handset. It's possible they're just cleverly hidden - I wouldn't hold my breath on a completely "bandless" phone. The display is bigger, too, at 6 inches, so there's more screen real estate and thinner bezels.

First up is the ambient display always on feature. However, Google has changed some aspects of the smartphone's design as well. This technology will be same as the one being used by HTC for its U11 flagship smartphone. As to the headphone jack, we're not really sure what the status of that is, unfortunately.

The carrier has knocked the Pixel down to $15 from $27.08 per month and the XL to $20 from $32.08.

There are still many features that remain under the shadow, like those of external antenna bands and camera physiques. Even more so when you factor in how expensive the two most popular phones in the world have become.

The Google Pixel XL 2 is said to arrive with multiple display profiles including an sRGB mode and a Vivid Colors mode. The fingerprint scanner will continue to be at the back but will fall below the glass portion without losing its original positioning. Hopefully Google's take on this is a little better to use in practice than HTC's - I can't say I was a fan of Edge Sense.