Internet search giant Google updates its flagship Pixel series smartphones every year in October and this year, the company is expected to unveil the Pixel 5, Pixel 5 XL at its annual hardware event. In what can be termed as one of the early leaks of the next Pixel smartphone, YouTuber Jon Prosser has showcased an alleged render image of the big screen variant of the next Pixel smartphone. Calling his render “extremely trustworthy”, Prosser said that he took a couple of days to verify the leak before making it public. As per the reported image, the next Pixel 5 XL handset will offer a body that a texture similar to that of the previous models with a soft matte glass back. (Image courtesy: Front Page Tech) This back is said to house a glossy camera module. From the image, it can be seen that Google may replace the current square encasement for the rear cameras with a U-shaped one. It also looks that Google may change the position of the camera bump from the right corner … [Read more...] about This is how Google Pixel 5 XL may look like
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