Google will introduce successor of its Pixel smartphones later this year. We had already seen renders of both the phones. Now a new images of the successor of last year’s Pixel has surfaced. According to the VentureBeat, the phone codenamed Walleye will not have a 3.5mm headphone jack, come with front-facing stereo speakers and will be manufactured by HTC, even though the Pixel XL successor will be made by LG.
On the back the glass window has been reduced, so the fingerprint sensor is outside the glass, as seen in earlier renders. This confirms earlier rumors that said that the phone will have a “squeezable” frame, similar to the HTC U11 so you can just squeeze the handset to interact.
The image shows a single camera for the phone, unlike most flagships that come with dual rear cameras. It also shows large bezels on the front compared to others flagships such as Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6.
Earlier rumors revealed Snapdragon 836 Mobile Platform, 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage for the 2017 pixel phones. We should know more details about the upcoming Pixel devices soon.