Confirmed: Pixel 2 will have HTC U11-like squeezable frame

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 16, 2017

The FCC documents contain various references for HTC.

As per the FCC listing (via Reddit), Google Pixel 2 series is confirmed to be manufactured by Taiwan-based HTC, which built the first-generation Pixel models previous year.

With just a couple of months left before Google's rumoured Pixel 2 series launch, the flagship Android device and itrs variants have received the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification, revealing key features. This feature is already available as Edge Sense on HTC U11.

The documentation filing by HTC reveals a screenshot of the phone's Settings app which shows the phone running an unreleased version of Android O with the August security patch.

As per the latest reports, Google Pixel 2 series, like its predecessors, is coming in two variants. The inclusion of "Active Edge" also gives a strong hint that HTC will be making this year's Pixel smartphones as well. Speculations are rife that August 21 will be the day when Google will be declaring the official name of Android 8.0. Also, the navigation buttons appear to be exclusively designed for the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 smartphones. Active Edge feature has been spotted in the new "Languages, input & gestures" setting. We have already seen the render images making rounds on the internet, however, this time the Pixel 2 has been spotted on FCC (Federal Communications Commission) website in the United States, giving hints on the Android OS version and what could be one of key highlight of the device.

Pixel 2 is anticipated to feature a 4.95-inch full HD display, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 processor, and coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB/64GB of memory storage options.

On the back, it is expected flaunt a dual-tone glass and metal finish similar to the 2016-series models.

Google Pixel XL 2, on the other hand, will reportedly be manufactured by LG.

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