The American tech giant, Google, is, undoubtedly, working on it’s next smartphone lineups, Pixel 5 and Pixel 5 XL, however, it couldn’t prevent it’s design being leaked around 8 months ahead of it’s official launch date. This render is called the first leaked render of the newbie, Pixel 5 XL, which is ‘under-construction’ right now. The leaked render is first spotted by the YouTuber, Jon Prosser. Prosser has shown, in a video, how the back panel design will look like. However, failed to showcase the front design.
As per the render shown by Prosser, the back panel looks stylish with a glossy finish and with a triple lens camera bump. The triple lens camera is placed in a triangular alignment in the camera bump located in the top middle portion of the smartphone’s back panel. We could also find a flash light in the middle of the triangularly aligned triple lens camera module, which is at a concurrent distance from each camera lens in the camera bump.
Prosser says that the front looks similar to that of Pixel 4 smartphone, which makes us believe that the front will have a similar placement for it’s front camera. He also says that there are 3 prototypes for the Pixel 5 XL, and the one he has shown is one of these 3 prototype design. The two other design is yet far away from our reach, but the American tech giant may finalize one of the 3 prototypes for the launch.
The other two designs will have the triple lens camera placed in a square bump rather than this slightly triangular bump. We even do not know if the design unveiled by Prosser is one of the prototypes designed by Google, hence, this news needs to be taken with a pinch of salt. We need to wait for few more days to see more concrete designs to emerge to confirm something.