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Alleged Pixel 5 prototype’s camera setup is a mirror reflection of your only reaction at it

17 February 2020 0

Google’s next Pixel smartphone is still at a far distance from becoming a reality, but like always we have started hearing about it too early. In fact, this early intel even reveals the probable look of the Pixel 5.

Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech has revealed the first look of the official Pixel 5 XL prototype to the tech world. Note that this is not the final look of the device and Prosser has clearly referred to it as the prototype. The YouTuber explains that Google engineers always make three prototypes of the new Pixel phones and the one we are seeing right now could just be one of those prototypes which is not yet finalized but it does hold chances of converting into a flesh.

Talking now about the design, it is super unusual and reflects what must be going on behind the curtain. It tells us that Google is eager to try out a new camera compartment for a different identity.

You would make the same face which is engraved on the back in the form of cameras arrangement – a surprise emoji, the moment, you look at it.

This 3D render of a prototype shows the U-shaped waterdrop notch on the back which is holding three camera sensors in an arrangement that looks no lesser than a surprise emoji. Pixel phones have been the top contenders in the category of best camera phones but their design has always been criticized. And, now looking at this atypical design, it seems like Google would receive even more criticisms.

This arrangement of the cameras looks uncanny and the initial reactions of this prototype are all bad and no one really wants this prototype to become the final design of Pixel 5.

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Alleged Pixel 5 prototype’s camera setup is a mirror reflection of your only reaction at it
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