Just a couple of days before Google's 10/04 Hardware event, the new long-rumored Google Pixel Android smartphone leaked on the web.
The accidental leaks comes from 9t5, who have spotted the new flagship phones at the pre-order pages put up by Google partners a Canadian telecom company Bell and a British retailer Carphone Warehouse.
Both the pages have since take down, however, the phone specification along with photos were uploaded by 9to5.
According to the details, Google Pixel will be available in two variants—a white 5–inch Google Pixel and the another one called as Google Pixel XL will come in black color with 5.5–inch display. Other than the size and color, the two phones look to be identical.
However, it's not still clear from the outside — it's still unclear whether the XL will have better specs than the non-XL.
Other specifications include a Snapdragon 821 chip, 4GB RAM, 1920x1080 quad HD display for regular Pixel, and 1080p Full HD (1440 x 2560) display for Pixel XL, 32GB or 128GB of internal storage. And, battery with a 15 minutes charge will give 7 hours of battery life.
Additionally, at the bottom, there are two cutouts besides the USB-C port for what appears to be two rear firing speakers. Battery-wise, a 15 minute charge will result in 7 hours of battery life.
Finally, in the software front, both the phones will out-of-box run Android 7.1 Nougat operating system. And, looking at the homescreen of the two devices suggests a new Pixel Launcher, as well Google recently released apps and features such as Google Allo, and Google Duo.
In addition, a slide titled "Your own personal Google Assistant," suggests a first glance of the new Assistant-infused Google app (G Suite).
Find below with credit to TELUS and 9to5 for the images of the Pixel and Pixel XL: