We all know that Google is currently hard at work on its next-gen Pixel 2 device – a phone anticipated by many.
While we don’t know much about the device at this point, freelance designer Gabriel Zegarra took the liberty of imagining what the Pixel 2 might look like when it goes official a few months from now.
As you can see from the images, the phone envisioned comes sporting really skinny side bezels, although the top and bottom ones still look quite substantial. Design was one of the main complaints customers had against the Pixel – most of them wanted something more cutting-edge and this concept appears a more innovative look forth.
There a minimal amount of info floating around the Pixel 2 at this point – we know that the device will be waterproof and that it will run Android’s latest iteration, Android O. But apart from that all we can do is assume. For starters, Google’s next-gen Pixel might come bundling a Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood and quite possibly 6GB of RAM (unless Google decided to follow Samsung’s footsteps and keep RAM capacity to 4GB like last year’s model).
Naturally, the phone might arrive with an improved camera setup and who knows maybe HTC’s BoomSound speaker might grace this year’s model.