How will the new Pixel phones look?
What will the design look like?
Will they look the same?
How will Google’s new Pixel 2 phones look from inside?
These are all questions that are still being debated.
As always, let’s take a look at some of the most important details.
Inside the Pixel 2 smartphone The Pixel 2, like all of Google’s recent smartphones, will feature a new design language that takes cues from Google’s Pixel phone.
But what’s different?
The Pixel phone’s new design has the same back cover and front glass.
The new Pixel phone will feature the same dimensions and the same color scheme.
However, the Pixel phone comes with a new screen size and a new display technology, called Quantum Dot.
Pixel 2’s screen size will be 10.8-inches, while Pixel 2XL’s screen will be 15.6-inches.
Google says the new screen will have an improved pixel density of 566 ppi (ppi is a measurement of how bright a pixel is).
It will also feature a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels.
Quantum Dot technology will be incorporated into Pixel 2 smartphones as well.
The Pixel phones will be made from Gorilla Glass 4 and are expected to ship in early 2019.
The glass will be able to withstand temperatures of up to 150 degrees Celsius, which is far warmer than the Pixel phones’ glass and can be considered a “breathing space” inside the phone.
Google will also make the Pixel smartphones thinner and lighter, which will also help it keep the phones more compact.
Pixel phones won’t be the only Google phones that have Quantum Dot screens.
Google is also introducing its own Pixel-based phones, with the Pixel XL and Pixel XL Max.
The XL and Max phones will come with Quantum Dot display screens and a resolution up to 2048×1536 pixels.
The Max Pixel phones also include a smaller display, which Google says will help them run at higher pixel densities.
The Quantum Dot screen is expected to feature an increased pixel density, which could help the phones’ pixels look better in sunlight.
The screen will also be made out of a “multi-layer” material that is supposed to improve the screen’s durability.
Google isn’t revealing a price or release date for the Pixel and Pixel phones, but they will be available to buy starting in early 2020.
Google is also expected to release Pixel phones in more colors, with a color option that could be similar to the Pixel 4.
The next Pixel phone, which would be the Pixel X, will also come with a Quantum Dot design.
But, according to Google, Pixel X is a different design and it will not feature Quantum Dot displays.
Google plans to launch Pixel phones with a 16:9 aspect ratio in 2018, which means a Pixel XL phone will be capable of displaying 16:10 photos, while the Pixel 8 will come equipped with a larger 18:9 display.