Possible technical features of the two Google Pixel 2

The Google Pixel 2 will be launched this year as a high-end smartphone. It will be one of the best smartphones to be unveiling this year 2017. And it will come in two versions, a Google Pixel 2 and a Google Pixel 2 XL. These would be the technical characteristics of the two mobiles.

Last year they launched two Google Pixel, one with a large format screen, and another with a compact screen, but with the same technical characteristics. This year, the two new phones will be different. The Google Pixel 2 will be more basic than the Google Pixel 2 XL. These are their technical characteristics.

Google Pixel 2

It will have a screen of 4.97 inches with a Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. The smartphone’s processor will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. But it will have 4GB of RAM. The OnePlus 5 comes with 8 GB of RAM. We already talked about if it is really useful to have 8 GB of RAM, and we say no.

But in this case, Google considers that it is not even useful to have 6 GB of RAM. In addition, the mobile will also feature 64GB of internal memory, and stereo speakers. It will not have the headphone jack. Its design would be very similar to the Google Pixel, in metal and glass.

Google Pixel 2 XL

The Google Pixel 2 XL would have a 5.99-inch screen with a Quad HD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. It will also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and with 4GB of RAM as well as 128GB of internal memory. In this case, the mobile phone will have a headphone jack. Although it seems that the Google Pixel 2 XL will have a new design. It will be built in metal and glass, but it looks like it will feature a non-bezel display, resembling the Samsung Galaxy S8.

There is still no information on the price of these two phones. This year the Google Pixel 2 XL is a level higher than Google Pixel 2, so probably its price will be quite higher, about 225 dollars more.

Osterloh spoke about the frenzied rhythm of the middle of the smartphone what he said “you can count on us to follow him.” The man then explained that the Google Pixel 2 would definitely come out this year, proof that Google does not want to waste time! But if the firm wants to gain ground, it will have to leave the smartphone on territories that only the USA, especially when we see the strong competition.

Between Apple that will release its iPhone 8, Samsung has already released its Galaxy S8 (of which we know the date of preorder) and Huawei its slew of smartphones, 2017 will be very heavy! But as we told you before, Google will have to start by correcting the many bugs that sink its first pixel of the name. Are you buying Pixel 2?

Generous Appearance and Design of Galaxy S9

This year’s flagship Galaxy S lineup has undergone a big redesign. The overall concept has not changed, but the approach is completely different. Both versions of the smartphone S8 and S8+ got bent on the edges of the screen, and the top and bottom of the frame strongly decreased. As in LG G6, the corners of the display panel are rounded. It is not only beautiful but also practical in terms of body strength. In the fall or other external influences less chance that a damaged matrix with rounded corners. In upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S9, launching next year would come with an outstanding display and body design. The body surface would be smooth and shiny, slimmer body, with a larger display having no physical button. Devoid of physical button helps in giving a maximum surface area of the phone.

In S8, with the front panel removed hardware control buttons and Samsung logo was used commonly in the upper frame. This will free up space under the display. There were only a few sensors and a front-facing camera. This we have seen in the Xiaomi Mi MIX, which on the front side of the body is nothing but the display, camera and sensor pair. Galaxy S9, our next champion, would come up with a brilliant version of Bluetooth sensor providing a high speed unlock system. The right side of S8 is satisfied with only one button – for unlocking. And on the left a little “crowded”: there is a volume control and a button to start a new voice assistant Bixby. In new Galaxy S8, there will be no side button for Bixby as per the rumour.

Protection against moisture and dust: Galaxy S8 provides you a preserved body protection against water and dust on the standard IP68. The Smartphone can be immersed into water to a depth of 1.5 m for about 30 minutes. In Galaxy S9, the display is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5, which protects the device from getting damaged from the weather condition, moist, dust, and sudden fall-damage. Samsung lovers are eagerly waiting for their upcoming latest addition.


In S8, the upper bound is provided with a tray Nano SIM-cards. Also, there is an additional hybrid slot for microSD-cards up to 256GB. It can be used for additional nanoSIM. In Samsung Galaxy S9, we could be able to expand the internal memory above 256GB via microSD card.


Overall, there are no issues in terms of the appearance and design of Galaxy S8. The phone looks impressive and nice in the hand. We can say the same for Galaxy S9 also, it will win everyone’s heart once it gets launched, the next year. Samsung Galaxy S9 is completely ready to compete with many companies like Huawei, Sony, LG, iPhone etc. Galaxy S9 will become a substitute for Galaxy S9. Galaxy S9 has severe defaults in it, due to which, S8 is receiving many negative feedbacks. Samsung has got inspired from the present limitations present in S8 and now prepared the S9 in such a way that it could attract the customers towards its different look, make its place in the market which could give a very high range of profit to company.

8 Steps to introduce tech into a non-techy business

If you have the opportunity to introduce innovative technology into a company that has been at least a little bit resistant to making the leap, you’re going to find this to be a bit of an uphill challenge – unless you implement the eight steps that we highlight below to make this introduction a lot smoother!

Find your early advocates

You are going to need allies to help you cement new technology into this business, and you’re going to need as many of them to become as evangelical as possible. Look to the millennial generation as they are most apt to welcome new technology into the company, and turn them into your best representatives of everything that this tech has to offer.

Create real tech ambassadors

After finding your early advocates, you’ll want to train them up with the new tools and technology to produce stunning results just as quickly as possible. The best way to advocate for this new technology is to show the benefits that it provides right off the bat, and there’s no better way to do that than to prove how tech works in the real world.

Dress your technology presentation up

Because non-tech businesses are going to be naturally adverse to this kind of change you need to address the package and the presentation up as much as possible. Really try to relate this technology to a business situation, and presented in a way that is incredibly attractive as opposed to a wholesale change that the company may be resistant to.

Find out why the resistance exists in the first place

By engaging with workers throughout the company that are resistant to these kinds of changes in figuring out why they are resistant in the first place you will be able to uncover answers that shine a light on how to best implement technology going forward while bringing everyone on board at the same time.


It’s important that the technology you are preparing to rollout and to introduce to a non-technology company is as inclusive as possible. If people feel as though technology is leaving them by the wayside they are going to actively rebel against the tech, even if they wouldn’t have come in contact with it in day to day operations.

Be honest and upfront

Technology can completely revolutionize business operations, but if this isn’t going to be the biggest leap forward since the wheel for this company make sure that you outline expectations appropriately. Oversell the value of this tech and you may lose all of the advantages it has to offer when it inevitably disappoints.


You have to be really on top of things when it comes to introducing new technology to the company, but you also have to follow up and follow through with training protocols that match the abilities and expectations of the people that will be using the technology going forward. Don’t just throw folks a new piece of tech and hope that they’ll be able to figure out how to make the most of it.

Transparency is the name of the game

At the end of the day, you’ll want to be just as transparent about the technology, the benefits it offers, the challenges presented, and anything else involved with this project as possible. Transparency is the only way to get a complete and total buy-in from your company, showing warts and all while searching for ways in a collaborative fashion to improve the tech and your operations alongside one another.

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Morris Edwards is a content writer at CompanyRegistrationinSingapore.com.sg, he writes different topics like Singapore is better positioned than any other Asian country to cash in on an increasingly digital world and Singapore Has Established a Lucrative Innovation Fund for New Enterprises and all topics related to Entrepreneurship, Tech and Business Incorporation in Singapore.