Google Pixel 2 rumor roundup: Camera, waterproofing, chipset, and more
While Google’s Pixels might still have that new phone smell, there are already signs that Google is hard at work on the follow-up to its first officially branded Android phone. Google made a huge and somewhat surprising splash with the launch of the Pixel last fall, and all eyes will be on whether the next version of its handset can start to chip away at Samsung’s dominance.
The details are extremely sparse so far, with the only real juicy tidbits coming out of a report from 9to5Google and a few tweets. However, stay glued to this article, as we’ll keep updating it with the latest solid information.
Water, water nowhere
Google’s first crack at a premium handset checked off a lot of boxes, but one of the major ones it missed was waterproofing. Already a feature in premium handsets like the Galaxy S7, it was surprising that Google opted to skip it, but it appears it is working to rectify that in its next handset. As 9to5Google’s Stephen Hall explains, the feature is…
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