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Pixel 2 will have a curved screen

Google Pixel XL ( Pixel 2 & Android O )

Pixel 2 will have a curved screen

Last year, Google surprised us by making its first phone, Pixel, without any help from other manufacturers. Although it offers technically advanced features, Google Pixel, which has become the target of criticism in the sense of design, has had a difficult time getting away from other phones with its ordinary image. It seems like Google have already learned from this mistake that it is preparing to go to an important innovation with the device that they will show this year.



As is known, smartphones that have recently been reduced or eliminated the frames are as much popular  as possible. The producers compete to offer an endless display experience. At such a time, Google Pixel 2 needs to push the boundaries of the screen. According to the claim, the upcoming phone will have a curved screen. This curved display, which is said to be produced by LG, is said to reduce the frames on the sides of the screen as much as possible. It also suggests that Google will not be satisfied with this and that the lower and upper frame parts will be reduced as well. LG is a highly experienced company with OLED screens and curved screens. So, as claimed, we can say that Google Pixel 2 will be exciting if a partnership takes place. On the other hand, Google does not actually have much of an alternative. As another important screen manufacturer, Samsung is only producing screens for its own devices and for Apple. As a result of this partnership between Google and LG, we will see what kind of device will come out.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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