Last year, Google made a big splash with its first Pixel smartphone (well, as much of a splash as a non-water resistant handset can make), and now it appears that we’re only a few weeks away from seeing its much-anticipated follow up, expected to be dubbed the Google Pixel 2.
Spotted by a Droid Life reader, a new billboard has appeared in Boston with the words “Ask more of your phone” in large lettering, followed by the Google logo and a date of “Oct. 4” at the bottom.
If the Boston-based billboard is indeed referring to the upcoming Google Pixel 2, you can expect the phone to be wicked-smaht [Ed – Our apologies to any native Bostonians], even if it won’t feature an all-new Snapdragon 836 chipset as was originally rumored.
While there’s a small chance the billboard could be referring to something else entirely, the timing would suggest otherwise – the original Google Pixel launched exactly one year earlier on October 4, 2016.
In other Google Pixel 2 related news, Droid Life has also reported that the larger Pixel XL 2 has made its way through the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) …read more