The third-generation Pixel XL handset will continue to eschew a dual-lens rear camera, if a new leak is to be believed.
It had been hoped by some fans Google would finally adopt a pair of rear-facing cameras for the first time in the range. However, evidence presented by prolific leaker Ice Universe suggests the Pixel 3 XL won’t oblige.
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An image posted on Monday suggests a single-lens rear-facing camera will be supplemented by a pair of front-facing cameras. You can see the image for yourselves below. The image also shows a minimalist notch on the front of the device, a rear-facing fingerprint sensor and an LED flash on the back.
While the leak has been greeted by incredulous smartphone fans online, it’s worth pointing out Google’s previous efforts remain among the best-rated smartphone cameras, even with their single-lens options.