Photos of Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 have once again appeared online, this time just a day before they’re due to be unveiled.
Renowned tipster Evan Blass has revealed official images of both handsets, which have been the subject of a string of leaks in recent weeks.
Not au fait with the Google Pixel 2 yet? Here's what you need to know.
The smaller Pixel 2 is made by HTC, now part–owned by Google, while the larger Pixel XL 2 is made by LG, with the same stylings as the latter’s G6 flagship phone.
Both handsets feature squeezable frames, allowing users to interact with their device by simply pressing the side of the phone.
That’s a function brought across from HTC’s U11 and divided opinion when the phone was reviewed earlier this year.
Each phone is said to come with 64GB or 128GB storage, a 12-megapixel single-lens camera and the latest Qualcomm chipset.
The smaller Pixel 2 has a Full HD screen, while the larger Pixel XL 2 comes with a QHD+ display.
Both phones will launch at 5pm UK time on 4th October.