Someone stole a bunch of Pixel 3 XL devices well before Google's official launch, and sold them to the black market. That explains why we have seen many detailed, hands-on reviews of the phones almost two months before Google is expected to free them. But not all new Pixel 3 leaks come from the Russian and Ukrainian sources, and we have a brand new report describing the camera's cameras, revealing that Pixel 3 phones may suffer from a strange form of camera hijacking. 19659002] Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will only have one-lens cameras on the back, although most competitors have two-lens shooters. And we already have a triple camera phone out there, with more in the works for next year. It's unclear why Google does, but one source told 9to5Google that Google has considered boasting about using a single camera on the backside with "you just need a" marketing message. We have also seen a bunch of pictures taken with the phone and they look great.
But another source showed that Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones want two front cameras that Google will offer users better selfies. According to the report, the new pixels will have a "Super Seflie" feature, with one of the two front cameras having a wide-angle lens. The resulting images may be similar to other faux bokeh implementations.
We already know that Pixel 3 copies iPhone X in at least two important ways, including notch design and the new gestures used to navigate the user interface. So, we would like to remind you that iPhone X uses a dual camera setup for selfies, and maybe, therefore, Google wants a double shooter on the front of the Pixel 3 phones. The report says that selfie cameras can improve facial recognition, but it's far from being confirmed. There is nothing to suggest that Pixel 3 can make 3D face recognition like iPhone X.
To get back to Pixel 3, it seems Google believes it needs more cameras to improve the photos taken with the selfie camera. But then it will tell us that a single rear camera is enough to deliver great pictures? So more is more, but less is also more?
Yes, the same report notes that Google has a brand new camera on the back of the phone, as well as an enhanced Visual Core chip that will further enhance the photo. Google is "doubled down to make a single camera powerful enough not to need a second camera." The rear camera should have a 1
So there you have it. Less is actually more, unless less is not enough and more is necessary for more to be more.