Google flipped the script last year when it retired the Nexus line in favor of its own branded handsets. Now all eyes are on the Pixel 2, which Google will be unveiling at an event in San Francisco tomorrow. With improved specs and even better cameras, the new phones are poised to propel Google back to the head of the class with a pure Android O experience.
Since the Pixel and Pixel XL landed, the LG G6 and Galaxy S8 have upped the ante for premium phones with their slim bezels and 16:9 screens. So, like last year, we’ll be watching to see whether the next version of Google’s handset can chip away at Samsung’s dominance