Android Police got their hands on photos of what they believe to be Google's second generation Pixel phone. They claim that these pictures are probably form the XL version of the phone, and seem fairly confident that that these photos are real:
We rate this rumor a 8 out of 10 on our confidence scale. The reason we are subtracting two points is due to the fact that we are not confident our source material reflects a fully finalized design. As such, there is a possibility that small changes may still occur before the phone makes it into production, as we don't expect Google to announce this device before October. Still, we are exceptionally confident that this image represents the overall look and feel of Google's new smartphone, even if some small elements may not end up being representative of the final product
I'm excited that all of the major flagships are moving towards a bezel-less future. There's not a lot of room to innovate in modern cell phone design, but getting these phones to be mostly screen is that right move.
I have no idea what they mean when they say that the Pixel 2 will have a squeezable frame. It's kind of hard to squeeze anything that has a layer of glass on it, but perhaps the back and sides have some kind of extra meshy texture.
This is a really good looking phone, and exactly what I want to see out of Google as they try to get into the flagship market.