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Google Pixel 2 News: Device Might Feature Curved OLED Screen Just Like Samsung Galaxy S8; Smartphone Alternative To Be Considered

Apr 11, 2017 06:46 AM EDT

Fans have a high expectation with the launching date of Google's latest flagship is getting closer. The report about Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen certainly ignites fan's interest, hoping that the news is true.  

The information is coming from a South Korea's Electronic Times, claiming that Google is set to invest about $880 million in LG Display Company for its specialized front display design. If it was true, Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen will make this Smartphone becomes the first Google's flagship that boasts the same panel as Samsung Galaxy S8.

It is reported that last December, Google has signed the initial deal with LG Display Company regarding the Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen. This could be the first indication that the tech giant company determines to bring the curved front panel from Samsung Galaxy S8 to its own device, as reported by Express.   

The same report can be found in AndroidGuys that Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen isn't the only one that makes this Smartphone similar to Samsung Galaxy S8. In terms of processing units, both devices employ the same Snapdragon and Adreno GPU and featuring the same amount of RAM (4GB).

Another similarity that Google's upcoming handset bears besides Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen is the Android Operating System. Both Pixel 2 and Samsung Galaxy S8 run on Android 7.0 Nougat, but with the latter works in Android 7.1 Nougat OS version that slightly better than the first.

With the Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen, the device won't only look premium and modern but it will also give a beautiful and flexible design just like its android rival, Samsung Galaxy S8. It can be said that Google is trying to make its phone become the budget-friendly alternative Smartphone of Samsung's top mobile.

For more information about the Google Pixel 2 curved OLED screen, watch this video. Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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