Google still has some time, before it announces the successors to its ‘Made By Google’ Pixel smartphones. However, rumor mills refuse to settle in, and now a new Google Pixel 2 concept video has surfaced online imagining what the flagship device could look like. Thin bezels, sleek design, and dual rear camera setup are written all over the second-generation Google Pixel smartphone. Also Read - UEFA Euro 2020: Colourful Google Doodle kicks off European Football ChampionshipAlso Read - Android 12 beta 2 rolling out: New privacy features, tweaked design and more
DBS Designing, the team behind the Google Pixel 2 concept video imagines the smartphone will feature a brand new design, which is significantly different from the current Google Pixel. A major change is noticed on the rear panel of the Google Pixel 2, which is a mono-tone panel, probably built from a combination of metal and glass. It is unlike the duo-tone glass and metal rear panel seen on the Google Pixel.
From the video, Google Pixel 2 is seen featuring thin bezels on all sides, and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner placed right beneath the dual rear camera ring. While some of the upcoming flagship devices later this year may feature an in-display fingerprint sensor, Google Pixel 2 smartphone might not offer one. As for the cameras, the Google Pixel is seen sporting a pair of 12-megapixel cameras aligned vertically with LED flash placed outside the camera ring. On the front, it has a 7-megapixel selfie snapper. ALSO READ: Google Pixel smartphone sales may have clocked 1 million mark
In terms of other specifications, the concept video tells Google Pixel 2 has a 5.7-inch QHD+ display and is powered by an octa-core SoC. It has 6GB of RAM coupled with 128GB of onboard storage, and it will no doubt run on Android O. The smartphone houses 3,800mAh battery with fast charging support. Notably, the concept video also imagines Google eliminating the 3.5 mm audio jack, possibly for improved water resistance. It will boast IP68 certification for resistance against water and dust. Watch the concept video below: