A report from yesterday noted the existence of two likely Pixel followups, ‘muskie’ and ‘walleye’, and a more recent post mentions a third device – ‘taimen’. All three are named after freshwater fish.
One of Droid Life’s sources notes that ‘taimen’ will have a larger screen than the other two. It isn’t clear how the three devices will stack up against each other, because we’ve also previously heard that Google is working on a cheaper version of the Pixel as well as a feature-packed waterproof high-end successor.
It looks like larger displays and slimmerbezels are the order of the day in 2017, and it’ll be interesting to see if any of Google’s upcoming models adopt a 2:1 screen ratio seen on the new LG G6. And of course, they’ll likely sport Android O, which Google is expected to announce at its IO developer-focused event in May. But as with all rumors, we’ll have to wait and see if there’s any merit to them.