Google held their Pixel 2 launch event this week and while there were plenty of leaks that lead to the specs we were to expect, we now have the official specs to look at. This post is going to get right to the point, so scroll on down to find out the Pixel 2 official specs from Google!
Pixel 2 Official Specs
Water Resistant! – The Pixel 2 now has water-resistance! That’s huge deal as last year that feature was missing.
Processor – The latest Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 processor.
Camera – Pixel 2 boasts a dual pixel 12.2MP with f/1.8 aperture on the rear camera. 8MP front facing camera. Autofocus with laser + dual pixel phase detection. Optical + electronic image stabilization. Rear camera video (1080p @ 30fps, 60fps, 120fps, 720p @ 30fps, 60fps, 240fps, 4K @ 30fps). Front camera video 1080p @ 30fps, 720p @ 30fps, 480p @ 30fps).
Screen – 5.0” AMOLED screen (16:9) FHD 1920 x 1080.
OS – Android 8.0 Oreo
Memory & Storage – Memory 4GB LPDDR4x RAM. Storage/Internal storage: 64GB and 128GB1. Unlimited online storage for photos and videos.
Media & Audio – Stereo front-firing speakers. Bluetooth 5.0 + LE. Wireless HD audio with LDAC, Qualcomm® AptX™ and AptX HD™ audio codecs supported. USB-C™ port to use with your own USB-C digital headphones. Headphone Adapter to connect a 3.5mm jack to your Pixel. 3 mics. Noise suppression.
Battery – 2700 mAh battery. Up to 7 hours of go with 15 minutes of charge.
Materials – Aluminum unibody with hybrid coating. IP67 water and dust resistant.
The Pixel 2 is available for pre-order at this time. There are a few ways to get yours ordered. The first is obviously from Google, however, stock is limited right now. Secondly, Verizon is the only carrier who is selling the phone. Best Buy is the other option, but at this time they are only selling the Verizon version. Although Best Buy is selling the Verizon version, it will still work on other carriers like the unlocked phone. Best Buy has a deal right now for the installment plans to save $25, which is the best way to go if you are not trading in a phone.
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