Early Pixel 3 XL Case Leak Reaffirms the Single Rear Camera Presence

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We’re inching towards the end of the first half of 2018 and in Q3 2018, the second phase of flagship launches will take place from brands such as Google, Samsung, Apple, Huawei and HMD Global. Google’s Pixel 3 lineup of smartphones has been in the news for a while now. Earlier leaks suggested the Pixel 3 will have a single rear camera and now a new case leak also suggests the same. The Pixel 3 devices, like its predecessors, will have a single rear-facing camera, which has been again confirmed by this case leak. As you can clearly see, the smartphone in the image has a single rear camera, which is positioned similarly as the one present on the Pixel 2.


Other than the camera, the Pixel 3 XL is said to have a notch, while the smaller Pixel 3 will not feature the same. The smartphone in the image could be the render of the Pixel 3 XL, but it’s most likely the final design of the handset, as confirmed by various renders from trusted sources in the past.

While almost all the smartphone manufacturers including big giants like Apple and Samsung are going after dual camera setups, Google is in no mood to adopt the same, it seems. However, let’s not forget what Google achieved with the Pixel 2’s cameras. The Google Pixel 2 devices, even after eight months, are still considered as the best camera phones.

The Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL both said to sport a complete glass back, paving the way for wireless charging. Furthermore, the Pixel 3 is rumoured to sport a 5.3-inch Full HD+ 18:9 panel, while the Pixel 3 XL is claimed to have a 6.2-inch display. Besides these features, there isn’t much information available about the handsets. Of course, they will sport the high-end Snapdragon 845 chipset, and it would be great if Google ships the handsets with 6GB of RAM. Google is also said to be launching the smartphones early in September, and they’ll be completely manufactured by the search giant itself, in partnership with FIH Mobile.

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