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Published: Fri, September 15, 2017
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Tag: lg pixel 2

Tag: lg pixel 2

After clicking on the link Google asks "Thinking about changing phones?".

In a rather interesting case, Google is now replacing some defective Nexus 6P smartphones with Pixel XL according to users on Reddit. Also telling is the fact that Google launched the original Pixel phones on October 4 past year. And while the invite doesn't specifically mention the new Pixel 2, that's exactly what we expect to see.

The billboard appeared in Boston. The billboard doesn't carry anything else. This phone is depicted in several leaks to look very similar to the current Pixel smartphone lineup. The device is expected to go on sale around mid-October. The Pixel 2's G011 code name carries a continuation of last year's Pixel codename. Rumors claim the device will run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, which is also found on rival devices like LG's V30 and the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Why does my phone take so many blurry photos? The sighting of the billboard comes just as the LG-manufactured Pixel 2 XL passes through FCC. As reported by Android Police, the only hint to make sure it was the Pixel 2 XL was the model no G011C which... ZNF is the FCC grantee code for LG Electronics. So, what happened to G011B? We will update you with everything related to Pixel phones. There will be two devices, called something like the "Pixel 2" and "Pixel 2 XL". Sources told Commercial Times that the search engine giant would either buy out the entire mobile division of HTC or take a controlling stake. The filing revealed that HTC would be the manufacturing partner for this device.

On Thursday, Google also launched a website, and uploaded a teaser trailer for the Pixel 2. The two collaborated on the Nexus One in 2009, and later worked together on the Nexus 9 tablet. Some reports earlier suggested that it will be made by HTC. The Taiwan-listed company's share price has fallen by around 75%, leaving its market share just under $2 billion - a drop in the bucket for Google parent Alphabet.

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