TechCrunch | February 18, 2018 | 7:02pm | By Steve ZahnTechCrunch | January 26, 2018| 9:56am | By Stephen ShanklandTechCrunch| January 26.
2018 | 11:27am | by Stephen ShanklandsTechCrunchThe company’s biggest redesign since the Nexus 7 was unveiled last year.
The Pixel XL, as its name suggests, will have a larger display, a larger battery, a new Snapdragon 835 processor, and a new fingerprint sensor on the back.
The device will be available in three colors: white, silver, and blue.
The company is also offering two different models of the device: the smaller Pixel XL and the larger Pixel XL XL.
There’s a new silver version, which is available now for $999.
The larger model is currently $1,199.
There are a few things worth noting about the Pixel XL.
The display is larger than its predecessors, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 8, but its resolution is slightly lower.
The fingerprint sensor is also on the rear, which you can see on the side of the Pixel 8 XL, and you’ll be able to use the same device on both the larger and smaller Pixel X models.
The larger Pixel X is slightly larger than the smaller one, and will come in three color options: blue, silver (with a red border), and black.
The other Pixel X features the same fingerprint sensor as the Pixel X, but it’s not a scanner like the Pixel 5.
Instead, it uses optical character recognition (OCR), which allows it to identify different parts of your fingerprint.
You’ll be using it to unlock your phone or unlock the camera.
The Pixel X has the same battery as the smaller version, but the Pixel 9 is rumored to have a higher battery capacity, up to 7 hours and 25 minutes.
The new Pixel XL is rumored for a 7.9-hour battery, but we haven’t been able to test it.
The rear camera on the Pixel 10 is the same as the one on the original Pixel, with a 5-megapixel sensor and a LED flash.
The front camera is the Pixel 2, which has a 5.7-megapixels sensor and no flash.
There’s a 5MP front camera on both devices.
The camera on Pixel XL looks like the one from last year, while the one for the Pixel is new.
The display on both Pixel XLs will be the same resolution.
The newer Pixel XL comes with a 1080p resolution, while older Pixel XL models only came with 1440p.
The phone’s battery will be slightly higher than the previous generation, but not significantly so.
The smaller Pixel has a battery of around 10 hours.
The bigger Pixel XL has a 3,000mAh battery.
The phone will also include a SIM card slot, a USB-C port, and an IR blaster, which can be used to connect an external device like a projector or game controller.
We will be sure to keep you updated as more details become available.