Google is hard at work getting the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL ready for its October 4 launch party.
But, in the meantime, pricing and even more pictures of Google’s upcoming flagship smartphone have leaked.
Droid Life has the details on the Pixel 2 XL, which the report says is the phone’s official name.
After Google’s shut down of the “value oriented” Nexus brand, the first Pixel phone was criticized for being a bit too expensive.
For 2017, Google doesn’t seem too interested in addressing those complaints and is reportedly upping the price of the XL another $100—it will start at $849.
There is, at least, a baseline of 64GB of storage, and you can jump up to a 128GB model for $949.
There’s no SD card slot on the Pixels, so this is the only way to get more storage.
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