As the year has progressed the most interesting smartphones of each brand have been unveiled, but as is tradition, one of the latest in unveiling its flagship product is Google.
It is in the last quarter of each year when they finally know their Pixel devices, and it is very likely that next month we finally see the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
Numerous rumors have been appearing these last months about the new Google mobile, focused especially on the design and a little on its specifications.
But what we are going to tell has nothing to do, it is that in Google Play has appeared the version of Data Transfer Tool that would be installed in the system of Pixel 2.
In it could be seen a single screen capture that showed two terminals, the one on the left an iPhone and the one on the right a phone that is suspected to be the Pixel 2 XL whose screen would have slightly more rounded corners, very similar to the LG G6.
Nevertheless, a while later it disappeared and appeared the captures of its previous version.
In them, you can see that the phone used would be a Nexus and is running Android Nougat. Here you can see that the previous version of Data Transfer Tool has the same capture as the current one.
This application, in addition, can not be downloaded (gives as incompatible with any device), so it would arrive as a system app first in Pixel 2 and then installed on other smartphones.
It is not known what will bring this application if it brings some, but that screenshot that was on Google Play only a few hours allows us to see how at least the Pixel 2 XL would bet for a few frames (although without reaching levels such as the Galaxy Note 8 or LG V30).