Google has finally revealed the launch date of its much-awaited flagship smartphone: the Google Pixel 2.
Yes, the company has announced that the new version of Pixel will be unveiled on 4th of October, a year after the successors Pixel and Pixel XL came out.
As per the new YouTube video, the search giant hasn’t revealed anything about the device so far, but has made some big promises to offer an improved battery life, memory storage and camera in Pixel 2.
All this has been exemplified in a video that shows a search with a user asking questions related to phone’s battery, storage and camera problems. He even asks why his device is extremely slow and fragile. And, this is why, Google has plans to resolve such issues with the new Pixel smartphones.
Furthermore, Google Assistant is also going to be an integral feature of the Pixel phones, whereas it is, once again, expected to be manufactured by HTC. On the other hand, a 6-inch follow-up to the Pixel XL is all set to be launched by next month. However, it will reportedly be manufactured by LG.
Both of the new versions will be comprised of the latest Android 8.0 Oreo, which is yet to be rolled out officially for the users.