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Google Pixel 2: Code Name ‘muskie’ and ‘walleye’



Google has announced their new upcoming Smartphone “Google Pixel 2”. Google has already started their work on “Google Pixel 2”. Last month in “Android Police (a dedicated blog of everything regarding Android)” spotted the code names of Google pixel 2 as “walleye” and “muskie” on Android Open Source Project (AOSP). “Muskie” and “walleye” was named after two several fishes as the tradition of Google Smartphone’s code name. Muskie is much longer than walleye which clearly indicates that Google Pixel 2 is named on “walleye” and Pixel XL is named on “Muskie”.


Meanwhile a new name has also spotted on AOSP, which is “Taimen”. Taimen are longer than both “muskie” and “walleye”. Now the question is does Google indicate to build a bigger phone to take on Samsung’s giant Galaxy S8 Plus? However a little has known about the taimen device. It can also be guessed that “taimen” is going to be the code name of next-gen Nexus 7 tablet.   

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