By By Brian Schott, Computerworld Staff WriterOctober 10, 2018 07:16:01Google’s new Pixel 2 series of smartphones have been one of the more interesting developments in the smartphone industry in recent years, with the latest model (the Pixel 2) featuring a smaller 5.7-inch display, dual rear cameras, and a faster Snapdragon 835 processor.
The Pixel 2 is also the first Google device to support dual-SIM support, a feature that’s been on the company’s flagship Pixel phones since early 2015.
The Pixel 2 line has been a relatively low-profile product line for the company, and that could be changing with the new Pixel phone coming out later this year.
The new phone features a 5.5-inch 1080p screen, the same pixel density as the Pixel phones, and it sports a 4K display.
There’s no word on pricing or availability, but Google is expected to unveil the phone at a September event.
Google’s Pixel 2 phones, however, have a different profile from the Pixel 2 and Pixel phones of previous generations.
While Google has been releasing Pixel phones in the U.S. and the U