Every year we see a bevy of smartphones getting released in the market. While some are flagships with premium high-end specs and features, others are marketed as medium and budget ranged smartphones. While Samsung already launched its flagships - the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in April - LG introduced the LG G6 in February. Tech experts are now eagerly awaiting the release of Apple’s iPhone flagships and the Google Pixel 2 lineup. The Pixel 2 line up has been subjected to many rumors and leaks till date. The latest leaks give us a detailed look at the rumored #Google Pixel 2 and #Pixel Xl 2 smartphones.

Pixel 2 final design leaks

Before the final designs of the Pixel 2 and XL 2 appeared online, many graphic designers took up the task to recreate the impending Google flagships based on rumors and leaks that were available on the Internet.

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However, it seems that there would be no need for that, as a blog going by the name MySmartPrice has shared some 3D renders, which it claims is the final designs of the impending handsets.

Although the blog is not a very well known one, the leak may be close to the real deal as they were shared by Twitter user @OnLeaks. The reliable tipster claims that he recreated the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 based on specific schematics. He got hold of the schematics from factories, which have been tasked with assembling and manufacturing the smartphones.

What do the renders reveal?

The #Alleged devices are identical in terms of design. The only major difference between the two is the size. The 3D renders show minimum side bezels on the front but quite an amount of top and bottom bezels. The front camera can be espied on the top of the handset and the earpiece at the center.

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The power cum lock switch has been placed on the right side of the handsets, above the volume control buttons.

One can see a USB type C port at the bottom of the smartphones. The rear panel of the handset comes in two shades of black. Similar to the Pixel smartphone, the upper portion of the rear panel that houses the primary camera and the LED flash comes in a shiny black color for both the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. The fingerprint sensor and Google’s logo have been placed below the camera setup on the portion of the panel sporting matte finish look in black.

The Google flagships are expected to be announced in October and will likely be the first smartphones to come with Android O out of the box. The handsets will likely make their way to consumers in time for the holiday season.