The alleged Leaked Google Pixel 5 XL Renders show Dual Camera Setup and Punch Hole Display.
After a few days of having seen the renders of what might supposedly be the Google Pixel 5, we now see renders of Google Pixel 5 XL. They have reportedly come from a Twitter account @xleaks7, who in collaboration with Pigtou brought about these renders.
Basically, if we, see then the two phones do not look much different – the screen has a punch hole camera that’s located on the upper left corner, that’s basically used as the selfie camera.
And on the backside a square-shaped module that holds the fingerprint reader as well as the dual camera. Although there aren’t any speculations about the rear camera, there does seem to be an ultra-wide-angle lens on one of them.
In the Google Pixel 5 XL model, the volume and power button both are located on the right side, the headphone jack placed at the top side (which is 3.5 mm, if you were wondering) and at the bottom is the USB-C port – all of it just like the Pixel 5XL.
Basically, the grand Pixel 5xl measures 153.8 x 74 x 8.5mm, as for its thickness, it goes up to 9.5 mm (this is when we include the camera bump as well).
Although if you remember there was a render of Pixel 5XL back in February as well and if we see the images that have leaked now, then it’s quite obvious to say that both of them are in stark contrast.
The pictures that leaked a couple of days ago have a real design, on the other hand, the pictures that had leaked in February were very different featuring a different design with triple rear cameras.
But then again the source of that leak had revealed back then that there isn’t only one prototype of the Pixel 5 XL but there are three of them. It also revealed that two of them had a design that encompassed a square-shaped camera module on the back.
So there’s a high chance that this might as well be one of those two models and the third could be the triple rear camera model.
However to confirm the authenticity of these designs of Pixel 5 XL is still not easy. More so, because they come from relatively new sources that we haven’t heard much of in the past. Therefore to put a confirmation mark on them would still be quite early.
And also people that are authentic and have a proven track record have been claiming that Google hasn’t decided on any render of the Pixel 5 and there’s not much clarity over it for now. Therefore, for the time being, we shouldn’t take anything as final yet.
Stay tuned for more such updates!