Rumor: Google makes successor Pixel phones codenamed Project Polygon




Google is working on the development of a successor to the Pixel phones announced it Tuesday. That successor would wear as name Project Polygon. It is unknown whether the smartphone will run on Android or Andromeda, the merger of Android and Chrome OS.

Android Police employee David Ruddock is unsure of the rumor and formulates his tweets about Project Polygon cautious. Ruddock quotes taking an article from Bloomberg, which Android CEO Dave Burke said last month he has already seen a photo taken by a Google phone that opens until next fall.

Previously claimed Android Police which hardware with Andromeda, the merger of Android and Chrome OS, which is expected next year, will appear in the autumn of 2017. This would involve a laptop. Because Andromeda Android also contains in itself, it is not inconceivable that Google have been smart phone would want to run here.

Google presented the Pixel and Pixel XL Tuesday. The phones with screens of 5 “and 5.5” later this month available include the United States and Germany. It is still unknown when a release follows in the Benelux. Google wanted there on Wednesday against Tweakers say nothing. The smartphone costs 759 euros in Germany for the small version with 32GB storage. The most expensive version, with the large 128GB storage costs 1009 euros.


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