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08 August 2017, 12:51 | Hattie Nash
Google's Pixel 2 might look no different to the current model
With the success that Google saw with its Pixel handsets from last year, we're sure that many fans and users are looking forward to seeing what Google could have up their sleeves this year. Google ventured into making smartphones after releasing some of the finest masterpieces in association with LG.
The Pixel 2 display will stick to the traditional 16:9 aspect ratio while other vendors are switching to a larger 18:9 aspect ratio.
However, HTC is going to make only the smaller one of the two phones. The tipster (unfortunately) confirmed to GSMArena that the Pixel 2 lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack as well, as was previously reported. On Pixel 2, it covers only about 20%. This gives rise to one of its few notable new features.
The Pixel 2 is rumored to run Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 836 chipset, which will be an improved version of the Snapdragon 835. It turned out this information was indeed right when the live photograph of the Pixel 2 made headlines late last week.
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