New Google Pixel 2 renders show up - no sign of headphone jack

Want some 3D renders of the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2? Here you go

Since Onleaks is a trusted leak source, this one would be the real design of Google Pixel 2 smartphone.

We have no information when Google's next Pixel phones will become official, but we will surely see more leaks in coming days.

The smaller Pixel has slightly larger bezels above and below the screen compared to its bigger brother, but both phones manage to cram in what appear to be dual stereo speakers into those bezels. That's right, Google might get rid of the headphone jack this time around. Now, both phones' alleged final designs have surfaced via MySmartPrice. Well, it appears that the search giant has ditched the 3.5 mm standard this year and went with just a single USB Type-C port. If you take a closer look at the pictures, you'll find that the larger Pixel XL 2 will feature an nearly bezel-less design, while the smaller Pixel 2 should feature the same old school design with a decent amount of bezels along the longer sides.

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Of course, we don't know any concrete details at this point, so those names are by no means confirmed, but we do know Google is working on a follow-up to last year's Pixel and Pixel XL. That's a powerful backup behind the rumour that the Pixel 2 smartphones won't come with a headphone jack.

It was also reported a few days earlier that the Google Pixel 2 might be the first phone to come with Qualcomm's upcoming flagship processor Snapdragon 836. There is a little top and bottom chin seen on the renders, but much less than the predecessor.

In terms of dimensions, the Pixel 2 is expected to be 145.3 x 69.3 x 7.8 mm, with extra 0.4 mm added to its thickness by the camera bump. Give us your thoughts in the comments.

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