Assuming Google is working on a yearly cadence, we're about three months out from a release of the second Google Pixel. That means we're getting into proper leak territory, and, as usual, Android Police is giving us our first look at Google's latest flagship.
Today, the site posted a render that it says is "an accurate representation" of the new Pixel design. Android Police did exactly the same thing last year with the original Google Pixel, producing a very accurate render of the device three months before the official launch.
The new render represents a second-generation Pixel XL, previously outed as an LG-built device with the codename "Taimen." Both Android Police's report and previous rumors expect the largest "Taimen" device to be a departure from last year's design, with the smaller Pixel 2 (codenamed "Walleye") to have a more conservative layout.