Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL To Have New, Improved Look: Google Partners Up With LG For OLED Displays

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Apr 13, 2017 02:40 PM EDT

Members of the media examine Google's Pixel phone during an event to introduce Google hardware products on October 4, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo : Ramin Talaie/Getty Images)

This is simply great news for the gadget freaks that Google is coming up with a supreme quality smartphone. The previous release from Google was the Pixel XL, which was one of the best smartphones, and its phenomenal camera tops that of Samsung Galaxy S8. A new report from the Electronic Times of South Korea mentioned that Google is on the verge of investing about 880 million dollars in a contract with LG to have an abundant supply of the flexible OLED screens. This would solve the two biggest problems of Google's previous launch.

According to Forbes, this contract will make sure that Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will not have to face issues of low supplies of OLED displays as in the case of Pixel and Pixel XL. They will ensure the newly launched smartphones to have a completely new and stylish look, which certainly heightens up the expectations of fans.

The OLED displays would be of the same category of the panel that is used by Samsung for its stunning curved screens. But LG is considering the proposal very carefully since Apple is also pushing hard for these OLED displays in huge amount for its tenth-anniversary redesign of iPhone. Thus, LG has quite a strong hand to play in this situation.

According to Tech First Post, Google is also planning to introduce new significant looks for Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. Also, as per the reports, the hardware will also come with major improvements. Google Pixel and Pixel XL lacked the curved edging display, but the signs are completely in a different direction for the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 which is heading towards a different design altogether.

With high stock levels, Google is trying to deliver the best quality smartphone in the year 2017. So, one needs to wait for sometimes to see that Google can live up to the expectations of users or not.

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