With Google’s latest Pixel 2 device, we finally get to know the hardware inside, the software, and some of the new features and features of the Pixel 2 Pro.
The Pixel 2 has a 12-megapixel front-facing camera with a f/2.0 aperture and an f/1.8 aperture.
Its a camera for all the world’s eyes, but for those who love to look up, Google says it has the best lens for the job.
It’s an 18mm f/3.5 lens, the widest of any Pixel camera in the world.
It’s also one of the few cameras to have a dedicated LED flash and a laser autofocus system.
The Pixel’s LED flash is the only one in the entire world that can turn on at the push of a button.
It’s the most advanced flash ever built into a smartphone camera.
It takes pictures that look like they’ve been captured in the dark, at the same time capturing the same amount of light, and that’s something that Pixel owners have been clamoring for.
The company has said that the Pixel has the brightest flash on the market and will be the most powerful one ever built.
You get a new fingerprint sensor with a 3.5mm jack and it also has a laser focus sensor.
That means you can take your photos even if you’re not looking at your phone at all.
It has an integrated 5-megapixels front- and 5-lens selfie camera with dual-LED flash, and a dual-laser autofocusing sensor.
Google has made it easier than ever to capture pictures in a variety of different lighting conditions, including day and night.
It also has an improved optical image stabilization system.
Google says that you can capture up to 1,200 images with the Pixel camera, and it’s the first phone with the new system to record 2K resolution video.
As well as the camera and the sensor, Google also has improved the Pixel’s battery life by up to two hours.