Images Of Google’s New Pixel Smartphones, Said To Rival The iPhone, Accidentally Leaked A Day Early
Google is FINALLY set to unveil its new smartphones that are supposed to be a direct rival to Apple’s iPhones. It’s all set to take place tomorrow, Tuesday, October 4th, with a big whoop-te-do unveiling.
Unfortunately, for them, Carphone Warehouse, a U.K. site jumped the gun and went ahead and put a bunch of pics and information online a day early.
Sooo, this being the internet and all, naturally those images were snapped up real quick so everyone, including you can have an early look-see.
The new Google smartphone, called Pixel, appears to be available in a couple of sizes with both a 5-inch as well as 5.5-inch choice for screen size.
And according to Esquire, here’s some of what we can expect…
Google’s new Pixel phone is an obvious challenge to the all-powerful Apple and Samsung flagships and, according to retailer listings that have since been removed, will have 32GB or 128GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s latest 821 processor, AMOLED screens, fingerprint scanners, an eight-megapixel selfie camera and a 12-megapixel camera on the back with optical image stabilisation.
They also claim that the phone is able to be able to be fully charged in just 15 minutes.
Check out some of the promotional images that leaked early below…