Google to make three new Pixel devices for 2017 with Snapdragon 835 processors

By Team Feedbaac
Google’s upcoming Pixel flagships will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon processors since the rumored S845 chips have yet to enter mass production.

While Google has yet to officially launch the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones in the UAE, it appears that the software giant has already begun their work on the next Google Pixel smartphone iterations with the latest Snapdragon processors. The information was spotted in an Android Open Source Project.

The code also confirms that Google is building three new Pixel devices and all the three will be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor. The 2017 Google Pixel is codenamed Muskie, the 2017 Google Pixel XL as Walleye and a mysterious third device that’s codenamed Taimen.

Since there isn’t any confirmation on what kind of device will the Taimen be, speculations are that it could be a bigger smartphone than the Google Pixel XL, or that Google is building a new Pixel tablet. It shouldn’t be a surprise that Google opted for the Snapdragon 835 processor since the rumored Snapdragon 845 hasn’t entered mass production. A recent report states that Qualcomm will kick start the S845 production by early 2018.

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