Google’s three new Pixel devices for 2017 will all have the Snapdragon 835 inside

April 25th, 2017   decode   news

Although it’s hardly shocking, today it’s been revealed that Google’s new 2017 Pixels will all be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 chipset. Code commits in the Android Open Source Project were spotted that give this away.

That’s not surprising at all, considering the fact that the chip maker hasn’t yet announced a successor for the 835, so it’s still its top of the line SoC.

We say “all” the new Pixels because apparently there are going to be three, not two. A device codenamed Muskie will be the follow-up to the original Pixel, while the 2017 iteration of the Pixel XL is…

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