It's been well over six months since the Google Pixel launched all across the globe and in our opinion, it is one of the best phones we have used in the past year. Even though it was Google's debut manufacturing their very own smartphone, it has done wonders, apart from a few glitches here and there. Google executives confirmed in the past that they are already working on the Google Pixel 2 and they also suggested it will still carry the premium price tag.
In order to justify the premium price tag and the fact that most flagship phones now have a dual camera setup, it is anticipated that Google might do the same with additional high-end specs such as the Snapdragon 835 processor.
YouTube channel Concept Creator, just released a video depicting what the Google Pixel 2 might look like and how it would fare against others when it comes to design language. We have seen plenty of rumours surrounding the iPhone 8, OnePlus 5 and previously the Galaxy S8, however, the Google Pixel 2 still remains a mystery. The only thing we know at this point is that Google will release their flagship device sometime in fall and this concept video is the only thing that gives us a fair idea about the design. The designer behind the YouTube channel does not have much for reference as there haven't been any real design leaks, hence they have used the current generation as a reference point while keeping Google's rivals in mind.
According to these renders, the phone has a dual camera setup on both the front and the back. The Google Pixel 2 has one of the best cameras on any smartphone and we are excited to see what Google has planned for the Pixel 2. Considering that many manufactures are now following the trend to include a dual camera setup on their smartphones, we wouldn't be surprised if Google followed suit.
The concept also shares that Google might follow the same design language as Samsung and LG wherein the company will be implementing a full-screen design. We must note that this is pure speculation and should not be treated as an actual fact. The smartphone will pack an OLED display much like the Pixel, however, this is the only information we have at the moment.