Whoops! Thanks to atell-all leak, we know just about all the details for Google's Pixel and Pixel XL Android phones it'llannounce in San Francisco on Tuesday.
The rumors largely confirm previous reports and suggest the Nexus lineupcould be dead.
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The Pixel will come with a more "normal" 5-inch full HD screen and the Pixel XL will come with the phablet-sized 5.5-inch Quad HD screen.
The phones will come with flagship specs and — you guessed it — a matching premium price, reportedly starting at $650.
Google will reportedly be positioning the two phones as camera powerhouses with unlimited full-resolution video and photo storage in Google Photos, if the leaks are accurate.
How will the Pixel XL compare with the iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note7, the two current phablet champs? Here's the breakdown: