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Google Discontinues the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

Google Discontinues the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

Eighteen months after first becoming available, both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are now declared dead. This just can not be denied that the devices were potentially capable but Google has pulled them out of the online store and presently they are not at all available. At the time of writing this, most of the variants of the phone are out-of-stock on Flipkart.com too.

While limited, the specs mentioned for Bonito (Pixel 3a XL) include an unspecified SoC, but is rumored to be a Snapdragon 710, 4GB RAM, 1080 x 2160 display (400DPI), and Android 9 Pie.

This app and functionality might be new for Pixel users, but Huawei, Samsung, OnePlus, LG, HTC devices and more have been able to change themes for many years now. Best Buy is now selling a Pixel 2 XL, for instance, and there could be several product listings on Amazon, as well.

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Google has stopped selling its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. They were phenomenal phones that ran into a handful of quality problems, particularly with the display, which were found to have boring colors.

Both if the phone has the best camera that was appreciated. Making Way For The Midrange Pixels The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 aren't entirely dead, though. To download and install the Android Q beta, interested Google Pixel users can enroll on the official Android Beta page.

Apparently, Google announced in March that it would come to additional phones soon, and now that rollout has started. While the information is not substantial and of much importance from a users' perspective, it does indicate that the Pixel is under testing among Google's developers group working on resolving issues.

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