Google Pixel 5 XL Render Surfaces; Showing Funny Triple Camera Setup

Karamchand Rameshwar - Feb 15, 2020


Google Pixel 5 XL Render Surfaces; Showing Funny Triple Camera Setup

According to the source, the Google Pixel 5 XL render is created thanks to CAD files of the phone and it shows a very unique and funny rear camera design.

As usual, Google will launch a new set of Pixel smartphones in October this year. The next two high-end smartphones from Google will be Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 5 XL, with many notable changes and upgrades.

Google Pixel 5 Xl Render Feature

Recently, a design image of the Pixel 5 XL has been leaked. It is shared by the YouTube channel FrontPageTech as they said that they have obtained CAD files of the Pixel 5 XL, which was used to create this detailed render.

The source said that Google is currently testing three designs of the Pixel 5 XL. The image above is one of those three designs while the other two designs have the same square camera cluster as the Pixel 4. We don't see any fingerprint sensor at the back of the phone, so Google could still use Face Unlock feature on this phone like it did with the Pixel 4 series or go with the in-display fingerprint sensor as most of the smartphone makers have been using.

The most impressive or funny thing about the phone is the design of its rear camera cluster, with three cameras and one LED flash. The design of this camera cluster is quite special, not square or circular as usual. The location of the three rear cameras is also quite unique. Funnily, it even looks like a face with the top two sensors being the eyes, the LED flash being the nose, and the bottom sensor being the mouth.

Google Pixel 5 Xl Render

While this may not be the final design of the Pixel 5, we can at least be pretty sure that the Pixel 5 will get an additional camera upgrade. Google is very confident in its photography algorithms, so it invests little in hardware even on its flagship smartphones.

But that has gradually changed since the Pixel 4 XL with dual rear cameras, and the upcoming Pixel 5 XL will likely be upgraded to triple rear cameras. 

Google Pixel 5 XL price: Unavailable

Google Pixel 5 XL price in India: Unavailable

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