Google has never successfully kept the Pixel model under wraps before its arrival. Honestly, it's one of the worst designs that we've seen lately.
The render comes from the YouTuber Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech.
The renders show us the triple rear camera and as you can see (and hear) Google have decided that even though a year ago for the Pixel 4 XL they decided that a wide-angled lens is not required they have included on in the Pixel 5 XL prototypes. He obtained CAD files for the upcoming Pixel 5 XL a few days back which were used to create these new renders. So, there is a chance that the design of the device might be completely different from the above-leaked prototype. The other two prototypes have a similar square-shaped camera housing as the existing Pixel 4 lineup.
As you can see from the leaked render, the Google Pixel 5 XL will come with a triple camera setup on the back.
Jon says that the Pixel 5 XL has three prototype models in development. Jon states that the design started to grow on him slightly.
However, there's some good news.
We aren't sure how many devices may be affected, but we have confirmed the feature is now missing on all the Pixel 4s we have immediate access to, as well as a Pixel 3 that got Call Screen in the recent rollout. The lack of an ultra-wide-angle sensor was a big let down previous year, so it's good to see it on the upcoming 2020 pixel. Hoorah!? The signature colored power button and top-notch, albeit smaller in size, will be around in the Pixel 5 series as well. I mean, that camera bump looks huge and the sensor placement makes it look like the astonished emoji face. If and when we get any more information, we'll be sure to let you know.
When Automatic Call Screening first landed on the Pixel 4 in December, it also brought the option to save audio recorded during those screened calls for your later review, supplementing the transcripts it already saved.
You can check out the source video below. The new design is somewhat unique in comparison to everything we have in the industry.