Google has been known to state that their single camera setup on the back is just as good as most of the other brands’ dual camera setup. However, some rumors that have been circulating in the industry state that Google may have started to experiment with a dual-camera setup for their Pixel 3 XL.
One possible render has surfaced online late last month which depicted this dual camera setup design, and another one has appeared a bit earlier this week. The one from this week is courtesy of Concept Creator, a YouTube channel.
Google Pixel 3 XL Latest Render
In the above video created by Concept Creator, we got to see that the device could have a two-lens setup on the back panel. Now, were we to think about this at length, it is quite strange for Google to forgo adding dual cameras on their latest device since each and every high-end flagship device that came up in the last year and this year as well has used this camera setup.
Google has managed to pack a lot of quality under just one lens, but it looks like it may struggle in front of the competition.
Huawei’s P20 Pro is a perfect example of staying on top of new technology since they did not come with just one camera lens or two, they added three camera lenses on the back for their latest flagship smartphone. This means that 2018 is a year where the competition between well-known brands is stronger than ever, and it will take a lot of work for Google to carve a place there for itself.
Google Pixel 3 XL Specs
The Pixel 3 XL is said to come with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage space. Most of the high-end devices that have come out or will come out in 2018 come with at least 6GB of RAM so deciding to stick with 4GB of RAM is a bit strange. At least storage wise the big tech company has decided to follow the trends.
Having wireless charging support, Pixel 3 is also going to mark the comeback of the Active Edge feature that we saw with the Pixel 2 lineup. Think of the release date for the Pixel 3 lineup; we are thinking that it is probably going to happen this fall, with the month of October being our first guess. This falls in line with Google’s last year’s release of the Pixel 2 series.