New Delhi: Samsung’s latest Galaxy S20 has been launched officially and now leaks related to the upcoming flagships of Apple and Google are also coming out. Now leaks and renders of this device related to Google Pixel 5 XL have come out. The first renders show the design of Google’s next flagship phone. In the latest leaks of Pixel 5 XL, a triple camera setup is visible on the rear panel of the device. Currently Google is focusing on Pixel 4A.
Leaks associated with Google’s new flagship can currently only be seen as hints. The renders of the smartphone have been shared on the front page of the Tech Channel by YouTuber John Prosser, so the original device can be quite different from this concept.
In a video, it has been said by Tech YouTuber that Google is working on three different designs related to this device. One of these designs has leaked in the render, the other two designs may have a square camera module on the rear panel.
Camera setup shown in render
In the leaked render, the smartphone’s rear camera setup looks like the face of a robot. While it may be a unique design for some users, for some, this camera design can be as weird and unsightly as the latest iPhone camera. This camera module can also be given a glossy finish like the previous Google flagship. At the same time, a matte glass finish can be seen on the rear panel of the phone. The video states that the design of the Pixel 5 series will be finalized by Google Engineers in the next one or two months.
Will be better than previous series
Talking about the flagship launched by Google last year, both its Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL phones have a screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. Talk about screen size, so Pixel 4 has a 5.7-inch OLED display, which has a resolution of 1080 P +. At the same time, a 6.3-inch display has been given in Pixel 4XL. The aspect ratio of both smartphones is 19: 9. Both models have a refresh rate of 90Hz. If you are not doing anything special in the phone, then the refresh rate changes to 60Hz so that the battery backup can be improved.