Google: 360-degree video of the smaller Pixel/Nexus Phone leaks
As previously reported, Google might unveil a bunch of new hardware on October 4th, including this year's Google Phones, which apparently won't be called Nexus anymore. Instead Google is rumored to call them Pixel and Pixel XL. This weekend Android Authority and @OnLeaks leaked a 360-degree video of the smaller Pixel phone, shown below, that reveals new information. The bottom clearly shows stereo speakers left and right of the USB type-C port. If you are missing the headphone jack, something that is quite common lately, don't worry, it is still there on the top as you can see in a picture below.
The 5 inch Pixel Phone will probably feature Full-HD resolution. A Snapdragon 820 processor will crunch the numbers, 4 GB of RAM and at least 32 GB of storage should be on board as well. On the back of the 143.8 mm x 69.5 mm x 7.3-8.5 mm device made of metal and glas you will find a 12 megapixel camera and a fingerprint sensor. You can expect an 8 megapixel sensor on the front. A 2.770 mAh battery will keep the lights on for a while. Obviously the Pixel Phone will run Android 7 out of the box, but it might offer more than the stock Android and be based on the first of many Android 7 maintenance releases.