Due to rumors, reports and generally predictable release patterns for flagship smartphones, we're likely to be furnished with Google's third genre Pixel phones once in early autumn. What began as Pixel and Pixel XL in 2016 was the shock to Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL last year, and of course the following models are called Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL . Where the name probably does not change all that much, we've heard of many alleged design tweaks, especially with regard to the larger XL variant. Now a new saga gives us something else to add to the mixing bowl.
The latest case leaks are consistent with the idea that Pixel 3 XL's notch will simplify dual-frame camera layout. The event of two sensors in the immediate vicinity has been implemented by several manufacturers in recent years, but for the most part we have seen the similarities of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Apple iPhone X, using dual cameras on behind rather than the front.
There are many theories about how the dual-sensor system can be used with Pixel 3 XL, with suggestions ranging from improved depth-field snaps to advanced face-locking. Given that we are very much in the midst of Selfie Generation, you can already imagine TV ads that proclaim Pixel 3 XL and its own snap magic as the best since sliced bread. Whatever happens, the shooters of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are impressive backwards, so if Google plans to take the dual-front camera route, Big G hopes not to steal the boat in a negative way.
The recovery in the new case leak shows two front lenses on each side of the earpiece and a "hook" below the speaker display. On the backside, this leak indicates that it will only be a single camera lens and flash. The decision to go on two cameras on the front ̵
1; instead of the back like a number of other manufacturers – is a little curious. Maybe Google just wants to stand apart from Samsung, Apple et al. With competition that is so hard at the top end of the smartphone market, it may often be the small details that fluctuate consumers in one way or another, and if the dual-selfie camera gives a convincing argument, the search giant may snuggle a few would be iPhone or Galaxy owners.
Should the Google Pixel 3 XL turn out to be successful with its two front cameras, it is so likely that subsequent models will get the same treatment with rear snapper (s). After all, the front cameras on the back and rear cameras will be quite a single load workload and adding so many gleaming new features in a hit will possibly increase the chances of something wrong with launch . Nevertheless, fans can be reasonably hopeful that any Pixel 4 XL will double cameras on both the front and the back.
When the original Pixel models were announced on October 4, 2016 and the Pixel 2 Series was unveiled on October 4, 2017, we should expect Google to display Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL on Thursday, October 4, 2018 if it wishes to retain tradition. In that case, shipments of the new units will begin a couple of weeks later, around October 19th.
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