Google Pixel 2 won't come with 3.5mm jack slot

Google will skip the 3.5 mm jack slot in the upcoming Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL. There has been no official word from the company, but case maker Olixar has revealed the design of these phone via the design of some cases.

The first visible change in the next generation Pixel phone is obviously the absence of 3.5mm jack slot. If Google did away with the 3.5mm jack slot, they should be making some really awesome headphones to cover it up.

Besides, the bezels in the front also look thinner.

Another noticeable thing is the absence of a dual camera. The secondary camera primarily focuses on giving the image a bokeh effect. But I’m pretty sure Google has done some real wonders with the single rear camera.

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Rumors of Google Pixel 2 so far..

Both the Pixel phones will have a display of more than 6-inches and will be OLED in nature. As it was previously known, Google won’t be including curved display on their device yet. It has been proved by the cases as well

It’s also known that the position of the fingerprint sensor has been shifted from glass to aluminum part of the back panel. Due to this, the glass portion has reduced. As for the camera lens, it has got much larger as compared to the previous gen Google phones.

It’s also expected that the upcoming Google flagships will come with IP68 certified i.e. dust and water resistant. In the inside, it is expected to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset with 4GB RAM (at least).

P.S. Please take all the above-rumored features with a pinch of salt.

Are you planning to buy any of these? Which features are you specifically looking for? Tell me in the comments below.

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