From a distance, you’d be hard-pressed to tell the Pixel 2 and its predecessor, the 2016 Pixel, apart. The two handsets have the same rounded corners in common, and the same thick bezels above and below the 5-inch, 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) wide-color gamut, 24-bit P-OLED screen that can display 16.7 million colors. The front camera hasn’t budged from the top-left corner of the front panel, and the Pixel 2’s rear features the same two-toned, minimalist design as last year’s Pixel. With the exception of an etched “G” logo toward the bottom, a camera in the left-hand corner, and a Google-branded fingerprint sensor that unlocks “faster than any smartphone,” the Pixel 2’s unibody is a familiar sea of glass, soft-touch plastic, and “hybrid” aluminum.
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