Possibly details of Google's second generation Pixel smartphones have leaked, via a report on 9to5Google.
The leaks claim the Pixel 2 will boast added water and dust resistance and a better camera than the original Pixel. While the main camera won't see a bump in the megapixel department, it will "compensate in extra features".
Google will make some changes under the hood, too, although the source isn't quite sure which direction the firm plans to go in. They claim that there's multiple Pixel 2 prototypes in the works, each of which will feature different processors, including Qualcomm's Snapdragon 83x an unspecified Intel chip and, potentially, a custom chipset developed by Google.
No further specs have been leaked, but the Pixel 2 likely will run Google's next version of Android, that looks set to be announced at Google I/O in May.
There's also talk that Google is working on a cheaper handset dubbed the 'Pixel 2B', good news given that the source expects the flagship model to be more expensive than the current Google Pixel that starts at £599.
The Pixel 2B will be "significantly cheaper" than the top-end model, according to the report, but no further details have yet been revealed.
Google has yet to cough on sales figures for the original Pixel and Pixel XL. However, during its fourth quarter earnings call this week, the firm said that its 'other revenues' stream, which includes hardware offerings, performed well during the three-month period.
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