Google’s most recent flagship cell phones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, have been a huge achievement. Another report guarantees their successors, apparently called Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2, will get waterproof bodies to contend with Samsung and Apple’s handsets.
Waterproof Smartphones Hit The Market
The Galaxy S5, which was launched in 2014, was the initial water-resistant cell phone to be released by Samsung, yet the element was dropped the next year with the release of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. The absence of water resistance alongside the elimination of a microSD slot did not run over well with users and the organization brought back both components with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.
Apple jumped on the waterproof train in 2016 with the arrival of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and even made a commercial to show the component. LG is generally anticipated that to make its up and coming LG G6 waterproof. We can now hope to see Google “certainly” add the famous feature to its next flagship phones, as indicated by a new report.
Google Pixel 2 And Pixel XL 2 Will Be Waterproof
If there has been one component or lack of it mentioned in each Pixel and Pixel XL review, it’s a waterproof form. So it absolutely appears to be possible that Google would satisfy its commentators by adding the component to the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 in autumn.
It has been accounted for that Google wanted the original Pixel and Pixel XL to be waterproof, yet the component was dropped due to “internal clash between hardware (camera) or waterproofing versus price point.”
HTC presently and silently assembles the Pixel and Pixel XL for Google, yet it’s uncertain whether the organization has been commissioned to construct the Pixel and Pixel XL successors, or if Google plans to utilize its playbook for the Nexus series, which saw the organization collaborate with different Android licensees like Samsung, LG, Motorola, and Huawei to produce its gadgets.
Pixel And Pixel XL Remain Sold Out
While absence of waterproofing may be an issue for a few, the Pixel and Pixel XL stay two of the most mainstream flagship cell phones available. Verizon, Google’s exclusive bearer partner, stays sold out of both gadgets, with the Pixel right now demonstrating a delivery date of Feb. 14 and the Pixel XL transporting by March 3.