Pixel 2 XL May Feature Stereo Speakers

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One more set of handsets of the forthcoming Google Pixel XL handset, tipped to be dubbed as Pixel 2 XL, have been unveiled. The latest report arriving from sources has verified that the handset will have front-facing stereo speakers, something that is absent in the present Pixel XL handsets and was last witnessed in Nexus 6P.

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The report includes that the smaller version of Pixel 2 XL, the Pixel 2 might also arrive with stereo dual-front-facing speakers. It is worth including that since the handsets are claimed to have at the front stereo dual speakers, there might not be slim bezels on bottom and top similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, LG V30, and many others.

It has also been cited that the handset in the Google Camera app will sport a “Portrait Mode”. The feature is claimed to be same as that of the Portrait Mode in the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone 7 Plus. One more fresh feature cited was the always on “Music Recognition” mode. This will recognize the music playing close to the Pixel 2 XL and will demonstrate it on the lock screen. Fascinatingly Google Assistant still does not have feature of song recognition.

Some of the different functions verified separately by the sources comprise the arrival of a refreshed Pixel launcher that by chance displayed up at the time of the Google I/O 2017 meeting. In addition to this, one more feature is Always on Ambient Display mode and squeezing of Google Assistant for the Pixel 2.

The Google Pixel 2 XL and the Google Pixel 2 are all geared up to come next month. Lately, Google showcased a YouTube video displaying the new smartphone. But nothing in specific was cited in the video regarding the device.

Rumors in the past have showed that Google might launch the Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel 2, the Google PixelBook hybrid laptop, and Google Home Mini at the event. The latter two gadgets lately in the form of leaks made their way to the web.

Well, let us see if the devices actually meet the expectation or not.

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