Google Pixel 2 To Have Massive Change, Suggests Rendered Image By Dipannita | Jul 16, 2017 07:32 PM EDT Google Pixel 2's design has been leaked online and the sources are completely reliable. Reportedly, the upcoming smartphone will have several changes in the look of the smartphone in comparison to the original Pixel. According to reports from Forbes, Android Police has shared renders of the upcoming Google Pixel 2. It is indicated that Google Pixel 2 will have a nominal bottom and top bezels. It is a big 6-inch smartphone with OLED display and 1440 pixels. The aspect ratio of the smartphone has changed from the traditional 16:9 to 18:9. The report states that the curved 3D glass of Google Pixel 2 without any edge panels gives it a classy look. The leak further suggests that it has full speaker grill at the top and an enlarged rear camera. The bigger camera indicates that a larger sensor will be present on the smartphone which will allow capturing perfect pictures in the low light shots and also a wider depth of the field could be achieved. The glass panel of the smartphone has been reduced, and a fingerprint scanner has been placed at the lower section. Also, the rear antenna band had been removed. A squeezable frame has been introduced in the smartphone similar to that of HTC U11 which can be used to assign shortcuts. The only downside of the smartphone is the high price of it. Also, Pixel and Pixel XL which was launched last year were identical to each other except for the size. But the Android Police has predicted that the small Pixel 2 smartphone will be different from the Pixel 2 XL on the basis of the design. The smaller Pixel 2 will be available as a cheaper model, and this will disappoint the people with tight budget. It must be mentioned that the Android Police has an excellent track recording while rendering design of the smartphone. In fact, it gave an accurate description of Pixel design, and now they are saying that the renders created are on the basis of the information that they have got from the reliable sources.