The rumored successor of Google’s current flagship Pixel XL 2 was spotted on benchmarking site GFXBench running on the Snapdragon 835 CPU. Google fans are expecting at least two phones will succeed the Pixel and Pixel XL. The Pixel XL 2 is the rumored successor of the larger Pixel XL.

Tech enthusiasts are hoping that the Pixel XL 2 will launch alongside its smaller counterpart Pixel 2, sometime during fall 2017 if Google follows the traditional annual product release cycle. Earlier rumors speculated both the smartphones to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset.

The recent benchmark listing confirms the rumor mentioned above.

What does the benchmark listing reveal?

The listing on GFXBench reveals that the upcoming Pixel XL 2 may sport a screen slightly bigger than its predecessor. Peculiarly, the benchmark listing has only taken into consideration the next smartphone’s display resolution and size, sans the Android navigating buttons at the bottom of the device. Due to this peculiarity, the resolution that has been listed on the benchmarking site is 2,560 x 1,312, which is quite odd.

However, once we add in the Android navigation bar is added to the screen resolution count, we get an acceptable resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 or QHD. This screen resolution is the same that was used in the current-gen Pixel XL.

Regarding screen size after the addition of the navigation bar, the smartphone listed on the benchmark may sport a 5.7-inch display, which is slightly bigger than the 5.5-inch AMOLED one of the current models.

Google smartphone to boast 4GB of RAM?

Not only will the smartphone deploy Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, but the listing also shows that it will house 4 GB of RAM.

The impending handset may offer 128GB of storage. The benchmark site also listed the primary camera as a 12MP one, whereas the front-facing camera was 8MP.

Apart from that the listing also showed that the Pixel XL 2 prototype ran on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat, however, given the smartphone is expected to debut in fall 2017, one can expect the smartphone to come with the next-gen Android O out of the box.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL which were launched in 2016, a few months after the unveiling of Android Nougat, were the first smartphones to come preloaded with Android N.

Naturally, tech enthusiast are expecting the successors also to boast the latest operating system.

Fans would be disappointed that the Google smartphones may not house the next-gen Snapdragon 836 CPU like the Galaxy Note 8.