Google Pixel XL 2 concept render video reveals bezel-less display

Google Pixel XL 2

The latest concept renders of the Google Pixel XL 2 looks like LG G6 type display with fancy colors. There are widespread rumors about the upcoming smartphone such as the possible addition of thinner bezels coupled with dual cameras on the rear side. The latest rumor is related to the concept video of the upcoming Google Pixel XL 2 aka Taimen.

The video reveals the Pixel XL 2 smartphone in vibrant colors. If the leaked video turns out to be true, then you can expect premium quality handset. The smartphone really looks like the design of the LG G6. Interestingly, Google has established a partnership with LG to manufacture the second edition of Google Pixel.

Upon inspection of the video, we infer that the Google Pixel XL 2 will have an aspect ratio of 18:9 alongside glass window on the rear. Moreover, the upcoming smartphone will have curved edges identical to that of the shape and design of LG G6.

If you watch the video render, you will know that the dual camera sensor sites nearby the dual-flash. We can also see the difference in the placement of the fingerprint sensor when compared to the existing Google Pixel XL. The sensor is placed below the glass window located at the top of the handset. In Google Pixel XL, the scanner is placed inside the window.

The video reveals the fact that the display comprises a 6-inch AMOLED display manufactured by LG with minimum bezels. With Samsung and LG shipped their smartphones with the bezel-less display, Google will also follow the path.

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Furthermore, the upcoming device will have a wide speaker grill located at the top and right of the front-facing shooter. If the render displayed on the video is correct, we can expect the new Google Pixel XL 2 to ship in red, black, blue, and turquoise green color variants. The video shows all a sneak preview of all the color variants of the phone.

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