Google Pixel 2 Rumored Specifications & Design Finally Revealed: Google Pixel 3 In The Works Already? By Wil P. | Jun 28, 2017 02:30 AM EDT Good news for Google Pixel 2 fans and aficionados. Rumored specifications and design for the said device were finally revealed and it is now swirling around the news today. But aside from the Pixel 2 handset, reports are also spreading that the Google Pixel 3 is already in the works. Google is a multinational technology company that offers Internet-related services and products. List of company's products includes online advertising, search, cloud computing, software and hardware. From a giant search engine company, it has now ventured on producing high-end devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops. Currently, rumors are saying that they are set to unveil the Google Pixel 2. Google Pixel 2 is the successor of the Pixel smartphone product line from Google. Many expect that the newest Pixel 2 will surpass the performance of the first Pixel handset. Now, reports are saying that Pixel 2's rumored specs and design leaks out and currently being talked about online today. Watch video According to XDA, the Google Pixel 2 will feature two new models specification of the device. The first version is the "Walleye" which will have the usual 4.97-inch display with Full HD resolution. It will also carry the same smaller design of the earlier Pixel with large bezels encircling the display. The handset will feature a Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. The second version of the Google Pixel 2 is the "Taimen" which will feature a 5.99-inch OLED panel display coming from LG. The handset will have a smaller bezel around the display and will be also be powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset clocked at 2.45GHz. It will also carry a 4GB of RAM and offers a 128GB internal storage. It will still have a two-tone glass and metal finish at the back and single camera with dual LED flash. ValueWalk also added that there would be camera improvements on the Google Pixel 2 as the rear camera will have an improved low-light shooting. Google is also planning to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack and replace it with stereo speakers. If this is true, the company will follow Apple's move of eliminating the headphone jack of iPhone 7. Aside from these enhancements, rumors are spreading that Google is already developing the Google Pixel 3 for next year. However, the giant search engine company and LG denies this speculation and apparently focused on building the Google Pixel 2.