According to a new rumor, the Google Ultra Pixel will feature dual-cameras, a new kind of fingerprint scanner, and get rid of Android’s navigation buttons.Update September 30: This story turned out to be a hoax by YouTuber BRECCIA. He’s apparently looking for work if anyone would like to hire someone to deceive your clients.
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Google’s Pixel 2 event next Wednesday will be here before we know it, and alongside the highly anticipated Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, we’re also expecting Google to show off a Home Mini, and Pixelbook to go alongside its latest flagship smartphones. However, according to a new rumor that just popped up, Google is also working on an even more premium handset in the form of the Google Pixel Ultra.
Arun Maini from the YouTube channel Mrwhosetheboss uploaded a video in which he talks about an email that he received from an anonymous source. In this email, Maini’s source sent him images and videos that supposedly reveal a Pixel Ultra phone that we haven’t heard about up until now.
The photo that shows off the Ultra Pixel the most is that of a laptop with a screenshot of what appears to be a promo image. It shows off the front of the Ultra Pixel with very slim top and side bezels (similar to what we’re expecting from the Pixel 2 XL), along with professional-looking artwork and wallpaper to match.
Next to the phone itself, we see branding that reads “Ultra pixel” and underneath “Phone by Google.” The font used looks to be right in line with what Google’s been using for other marketing material, but the lowercase “p” for “Ultra pixel” is an oddity. This could be a typo on Google’s end, or it could be a sign that this whole image is entirely fake. You can