At fifteen days of their official presentation, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL continue to leak on the Web. This time, it is the turn of prices and colors to be at the center of all attentions.
While on October 4, Google has invited the world to officially discover its next flagships, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL do not end up unveiling on the Web. After many rumors about their features, the latest say is about the look and feel of Google’s future smartphones.
Less expensive than the iPhone 8 (but more expensive than free)
The British site Droidlife says that the Pixel 2 will be sold from 649 dollars (540 euros) in its 64 GB version. For those who expect the 128 GB version, they will have to pay 749 dollars (623 euros).
As for the Pixel 2 XL, the invoice amounts to 849 dollars (710 euros) for the model 64 GB, and 949 dollars (790 euros) for the version with the double of memory. For comparison, the iPhone 8 will cost 809 euros in its basic version and 979 euros for the model to 256 GB. The price of the declination Plus of the iPhone 8 starts at 919 euros, and can climb up to 1089 euros for grinding 256 GB.
A skewer of colors
In addition to the possible prices, Droidlife shared the color schemes for the next devices of the firm of Mountain View. Thus, the Pixel 2 XL would be available in two colors: black and bicolor white / black.
The Pixel 2 would be sold in “Just Black”, “Clearly White”, and “Kinda Blue”. The latter offers a much paler blue (and less aggressive) than the first generation of pixels.
Rendezvous on October 4 to see if Google officializes all these speculations.