New Google Pixel photo leaks, shows off what seems to be the Nougat 7.1
While we already have official information from Google that next week, on the 4th of October to be precise, they would be introducing two new handsets into the market, they have not done anything to tell us about any of the smartphones that they would be dropping but through a variety of leaks, we already know that they would be dropping the Nexus line-up and they would embrace a new line of smartphones called the Pixels instead.
As Evan Blass has already confirmed that what would be launching on this day would be the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, he has now leaked another live image of the smaller Pixel which shows a UI that is different from what we have seen on the Nougat 7.0, suggesting that they would be launching with the upgraded Nougat 7.1 out of the box. The navigation keys on this one are full instead of hollow ones that we have seen on other Android UIs, and somewhere in there is an added G(oogle) widget on the smartphone.
This has surely made the wait even more worth it and now, Google can claim to be the ones to launch the first smartphone to run on the Nougat 7.1.
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