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Google Pixel 2 will be water resistant and have a camera and improved CPU

Google Pixel 2

Google Pixel 2 jumped yesterday to the news with the inclusion of the water resistance when it launched in this year 2017. A 2 Pixel that comes to replace a great phone, but which was attributed her lack of certification IP68, apart from missing always in stock, so it is almost impossible to buy in the country where it has been released.

If the best thing was to know that Google Pixel was one of the best smartphones of 2016, the most positive was to know that the big G has stepped firmly to move forward and launch new Pixel, Pixel 2 will look like. This terminal will have resistance to water, will be faster and more powerful.

The new report that has come in today quoted inside sources who argue that Google is testing several versions of Pixel 2 and one of the prototypes has been called Pixel 2B, which will be the lower version of the flagship focused in emerging countries.

With regards to Google Pixel 2, the report indicates that will be resistant to water, a feature present in the majority of ships and that it was originally overlooked in the first Pixel. The 2 Pixel will have IP67 or IP68 certified, allowing you to immerse yourself in water up to 1 or 1.5 m for 30 minutes.

Pixel 2 prototypes are being tested with 83 Snapdragon chips X, apart from having other Intel chips. Not listed nothing about the phone’s screen, although emphasis is on one of the best qualities of the Pixel, precisely the part of the camera, and in the 2 Pixel will even improve.

The company has not revealed the Megapixels that will take, but it is improve photography in low light conditions. A 2 Pixel that supposedly increase in price $50, although the lower variant will be significantly cheaper.

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