XDA-Developers has received what they believe to be the finalized specifications for the new Pixel phones
due later this year. The larger device, "Taimen," features a 5.99-inch, 1440p display, Snapdragon 835 processor, and 4GB of RAM, while the smaller device, "Walleye," features a 4.97-inch, 1080p display with the same innards. Apparently, the latter definitely lacks a headphone jack.
Posted by Megalith 10:00 AM (CDT)
The larger device coming from Google this year will feature a 5.99-inch display with a 1440p OLED panel provided by LG, which isn’t extraordinary given that earlier this year, Reuters reported about Google investing into LG’s display division for their next phone. The phone will sport a smaller bezel than what we saw in the original Pixel XL, and there is a 128GB storage model, though it might not be the only configuration. The device will indeed pack the expected Snapdragon 835 processor (with the big cluster clocked at the reference 2.45GHz frequency, unlike the original Pixel’s lower frequency in the Snapdragon 821-AB) alongside 4GB of RAM.