Google next Pixel might look a lot like the old one

Google is likely going to show a new Pixel and Pixel XL in next several weeks. We've already seen an picture of the said Pixel XL, codenamed Taimen, and now, we're getting a look at small Pixel follow-up, codenamed Walleye.
Evan Blass at VentureBeat tweeted this area today:
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While it's a little bit grainy, we can see that the product contains popular bezels. This is a recognizable being rejected of this seasons pattern toward nearly edge-to-edge displays. See Samsung's Universe S8, its said Observe 8, and the said iPhone 8 as illustrations.
Maybe Search engines seems it does not need that stylish inclusion to make its cellphone beneficial. Still, it's strong to not reduce the bezels at least a little bit, especially cons
idering that Search engines motivated Android operating system designers to customize their applications for higher displays with different part percentages than the common 16:9. That said, this is just a released picture, so it's possible the organization won't actually use this style when it formally releases the product.
Blass also highlights that Search engines isn't such as a dual-camera system, which is a pattern this season, too. Double cameras are being presented in plenty of new gadgets, such as Andrew Rubin's future Important Phone, the OnePlus 5, the said Observe 8, and the Samsung Mota Z2 Power, among others.
The present Pixel and Pixel XL generate some of the best smart phone photography, mainly by depending on image-processing methods, so it isn't completely amazing the organization would keep with its single digicam.
Meanwhile, Stephen Area of 9to5Google revealed last night that a resource informs him both new P will deliver without a earphone jack; VentureBeat verifies that, too. Instead, the mobile phones will depend on Wireless and USB-C sound. At the same time, though, cellphone situations have released with earphone port cutouts, so who knows. It's still beginning and the leaking are numerous.