Google Nexus 6P Defects Brings Users A New Pixel XL!

Google Nexus 6P Defects Brings Users A New Pixel XL!

Google Nexus 6P Defects Brings Users A New Pixel XL!

LG has filed its application at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for what appears to be Google's forthcoming Pixel XL 2. The Pixel and Pixel XL 2 were widely praised for their excellent cameras, and were consistently ranked near the top for quality. We'll be covering the event as it happens right here at SlashGear, so stay tuned for more.

Affected Nexus 6P users can avail this free replacement offer by heading over to the Google Product Support website or by launching the support menu on your phone.

Google's teaser video above gives us a small idea of what to expect from the Pixel 2.

Google's confirmation comes just two days after Apple announced the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. The company is also ramping up its PR campaign, as Droid-life confirms that there are already huge billboards going up in the United States with statements like "ask more of your phone".

Regarding storage, Google in its new device Pixel 2 will provide unlimited cloud storage for users who purchase any of it's two flagship devices.

Earlier today we reported that Google was seemingly set to announce the new Pixel phones on October 4.

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While Google is widely expected to launch its next-generation Pixel smartphones in October, we haven't really come across a specific date.

In less than a month, Google will launch the next-gen Pixel phones.

The Pixel 2 is rumored to sport camera technology that will include laser-detect autofocus, which helps the back camera take better pictures and videos in shaky and low-light conditions.

Google has just added an official landing page for the campaign, seemingly confirming the October 4th event date.

A filing for a device with the code ZNFG011C recently arrived at the FCC in the U.S., which 9to5Google reported is likely the Pixel 2 XL. Another rumor suggests it might remove the headphone jack.

While we know that the Pixel 2 features a Snapdragon 835 processor and a squeezable "Active Edge" frame, very little is known about the device's big brother.

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