HTC has been rumored of manufacturing the two Nexus smartphones for the year under the codename Sailfish and Marlin. Then recently, we heard that Google will be ditching the Nexus branding with these phone and release them under the name Pixel and Pixel XL respectively. And now, we have come across a 360-degree rendered video of the Google Pixel ‘Sailfish’ that gives you an idea of the phone’s design.
The video shows the Sailfish with a USB Type-C port which has started to become a standard among flagship smartphones. You can also see stereo speakers at the bottom of the phone and there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack as well. Although the jack has not been shown in the video, it is said that Google has not yet decided to go Motorola and Apple’s way. It’s said to be present at the left side when seen from the top.
As for the previously rumored specs, the HTC-made Google Pixel ‘Sailfish’ smartphone is expected to sport a display about 5-inch or 5.2-inch. Under the hood, it is tipped to have Qualcomm Snapdragon 820/821 chipset with 4GB RAM. There could be a 12MP/8MP cameras with the base model starting at 32GB. The whole package is said to be powered by a 2770mAh battery and ship with Android Nougat 7.0. There is also a fingerprint scanner right below the rear camera.