Leaked Pixel 3 XL case reconfirms the presence of a single rear camera
Continuing to avoid recent camera trends, Google’s Pixel 3 XL will once again stick to a single rear lens that is backed by impressive image processing software which ultimately removes the need for any extra sensors. Interestingly, though, if recent information is correct, the controversial notch that is present up front will be home to a new dual-camera selfie setup that will presumably be capable of producing bokeh images.
Moving away from the camera department, the case in question also confirms the return of a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, as seen on the original Pixel and Pixel 2 lineups, while the frame of the smartphone will include a volume rocker and a power key. Furthermore, a cutout for the USB Type-C port can be spotted down below while, up top, is a rather large cutout for the microphone. On an additional note, it’s worth noting that wireless charging is expected to be included alongside an improved Active Edge squeeze feature.
Currently, Google isn’t expected to reveal the Pixel 3 lineup until October, suggesting the company could still make various changes to the smartphone series before launch. However, considering the increasing number of leaks surrounding the devices, it appears Google may have already chosen its final design.