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04 October 2017, 12:13 | Gerardo Harmon
Here's Everything We Know About Google Pixel 2 So Far
As Google prepares to launch flagship devices Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the new devices can only compete with the other premium Android handsets if Google invests further in improving sales and marketing, an expert said on Tuesday.
Reports indicate that the Pixel 2 is manufactured by HTC, while the Pixel 2 XL is manufactured by LG.
A leaked images also shows that the Pixel 2 will keep its thick bezels at the top and bottom of the device whilst the Pixel 2 XL appears to have an nearly edge-to-edge screen. As you can see in the image above, the device's product number follows that of the Pixelbooks. The stereo front facing speakers are clearly visible once more, as are the smaller bezels compared to last year's model and the rounded screen corners. It doesn't seem any other Pixelbook details were leaked through the reseller. Google is expected to unveil a refreshed Daydream VR headset - Daydream View 2, priced at $99.
We won't have to wait for too long to find all of this out for sure, though, given that Google's event takes place tomorrow. The Google Assistant-powered speaker was listed for pre-order at $49 and is expected to arrive on October 19. Additionally, it is also expected to allow users ask questions and get answers, which is similar to traditional Google search as well as play music and access weather-related information. All come with Core i5 processors, and pricing starts at $1,199 and goes to $1,749. Specifically, there have been rumors about a Google Home Mini and a Google Pixelbook, but specifications of these devices have yet to be revealed.
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He asked for prayers for the victims and their families, adding, "Please pray for the shooter, the shooter's family and friends. About 50 people were in the church during the shooting, Metropolitan Nashville Police spokesman Don Aaron told reporters .
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