It is worth to note that Google had launched Pixel and Pixel XL on the same date a year ago that is October 4th, 2016. Without offering further details, the site then invites visitors to "Stay tuned for more on October 4" and asks them to submit their email addresses to receive updates about new devices and more from Google.
Some questions, like the battery, temperature and camera, could be referring to improvements the Pixel 2 will offer.
Nexus 6P will probably soon reach its EOL (end of life) status, as the phone is most likely not being manufactured any longer. Previous reports had pegged the date for a Pixel successor unveiling at or around October 5, too, so this is in keeping with that. What could be a better way to distract ourselves from an unaffordable $999 luxury than the upcoming Google Pixel 2? This date is in line with last year's Pixel October 4 launch, a month after Android Nougat's launch. A Google billboard in Boston is the one that suggests this launch date. According to the latest rumors, Google will announce the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL at the event, which will be quite similar in terms of specs.
Google's teaser video above gives us a small idea of what to expect from the Pixel 2.
I know there's basically no chance Google puts a microSD card slot on the next Pixel, but if there aren't features like wireless charging or a headphone jack, Google is fucking up.
Google has recently launched a brand-new website that encourages users to "ask more". What good is a phone that no one can actually get? Google's marketing campaign comes after Apple revealed the iPhone X and iPhone 8 devices this week.
Rumoured to launch with Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 processor, which the XDA Developers disproved as it has not been developed yet, the Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL 2 smartphones will now boast Snapdragon 835 processor with an increased clock speed.