Google Pixel 2’s release might just be around the corner. A prototype is already being tested, which could mean that we can expect its launch date to be earlier than its predecessor’s.
The two Google Pixel handsets were released in October 2016. Now, the most logical step for the search engine company is to launch the follow-up a year later, which would be in October this year. However, the latest discovery by Slash Gearputs the release date much earlier.
A Google engineer previously commented that a patch set remained untested because he hadn’t gotten to testing it on a real device. About two weeks later, he confirmed that another patch set has now been manually tested on a “walleye” device. It looks unassuming if we don’t know that Google Pixel 2 are codenamed Muskie and Walleye.