Really Blue limited edition Pixel handsets to resurface soon!

Google may bring in Really Blue limited edition Pixel and Pixel XL handsets back into the market soon, after initial stocks sold out in October.

The new  Really Blue limited edition handsets will arrive in the near future but no dates have been announced yet.

The news comes courtesy of Android Police who gathered the information from a Google spokesperson, even though further details about the much-in-demand handsets are not available. It is possible that Google may make these Pixel and Pixel handsets available to pre-order on the Google Store or it may make an official announcement in this regard, but until we hear more about them, all these are mere speculations.

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The new Pixel and Pixel XL phones have sold out in various regions, even outselling the Nexus 6P and turning out to be the most successful Google phones in recent years. While we have sung many praises about their cameras, the new phones come with many other features and a new OS to compete with the best phones and phablets launched this year.

Hardware-wise, the 5-inch Pixel smartphone arrives featuring a Full HD display, a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 821 processor, 32GB to 128GB of internal storage, 4GB of RAM and a 2,770 mAh battery. Both the larger 5.5-inch Pixel XL, which was earlier code-named Marlin, and the smaller 5-inch Pixel (code-named Sailfish) phones come with Sony's IMX378 (12-MP) main cameras and IMX179 (8-MP) front cameras.

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The larger Pixel XL phone, which is now the successor of the popular Nexus 6P flagship phone, features a larger display and a more powerful battery compared to Pixel and the differences end there as both phones feature similar software and hardware suites.

The entire camera stack in Pixel and Pixel XL have be redesigned and the phone received a rating of 89% on image quality from DxO. The cameras feature 1.55micron pixels, HDR+ for clear and vivid pictures. There is zero shutter lag and you can keep capturing pictures using SmartBurst which helps you select the best, and the most sharp picture from the burst you might have clicked. Video stabilisation helps record stutter free videos so you can help avoid the halo effect. Google Photos is available on all Pixel phones.

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