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This video clearly shows why Google shelved muskie, the Pixel 2 XL manufactured by HTC

When we first heard rumors about the Pixel 2 lineup back in 2017, we learned that the company was working on two devices codenamed 'walleye' and 'muskie'. Soon thereafter, we learned about a third device called 'taimen', which led many to believe that Google was planning on launching three Pixel devices. But that didn't end...

HTC U11+ Was Originally the HTC-Made Google Pixel 2 XL (Muskie)

When rumors started circulating about the 2017 Pixel smartphones, we originally heard about two different devices with the codename Walleye and Taimen. Shortly after, we heard about a third device called Muskie, so many were thinking there would be three new Pixel phones for the year. That didn't end up being the case as Muskie...

Unreleased HTC Made Google Pixel 2 with 3830 mAh Battery shows up in AOSP

Earlier this month, Google officially unveiled its second generation Pixel smartphones: the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. But the first rumors regarding this year's Pixel devices initially suggested there would be 3 Pixel smartphones codenamed walleye, muskie, and taimen, and that all 3 would sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. The rumors regarding a 'muskie'...

AOSP Code Commit Suggests Muskie, Walleye and Taimen will Sport the Snapdragon 835

Earlier this year, a rumor started circulating that allegedly revealed what is said to be the codenames for the three upcoming smartphones that Google is currently working on. Muskie and Walleye have been reported to be the successors to the Pixel phones, which will presumably be called the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL. This...

[Update: 3rd ‘taimen’ Model] Google’s next Pixel Phones Possibly Code Named ‘muskie’ and ‘walleye’

Google has a history of code naming its hardware in a thalassic manner. The current generation Google Pixel is code named 'Sailfish' and before that Google named the Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 5X Shamu, Angler, and Bullhead respectively. In continuing that trend, Google appears to be code naming the next two Google Pixel...