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New Pixel 4 XL leaked photo a hole-punch screen and two back cameras

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Google’s release of the Pixel 4 smartphone is quite a bit ways away, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t going to get leaks of the smartphone every now and then. According to a leaked photos posted on SlashLeaks, we see that the Pixel 4 XL will have two back cameras instead of the single camera that’s currently found on the Pixel 2 XL and 3 XL.

So far, Google has been known to only introduce single rear cameras on its small and large phone models. The company has largely relied on its AI advancements and machine learning to bring new and enticing features to potential Pixel buyers. With a second camera, it could be used for something other than photography, such as AR.

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Taking a look at the Pixel 4 XL drawing, it also shows an oval hole-punch display that includes two selfie cameras, like the ones found on the new Galaxy S10 Plus. It’s entirely possible that the Pixel 4 XL could finally do away with the notch that is found on the Pixel 3 XL but not on the Pixel 3.

While we do have some information from the drawings, what we don’t see is if a fingerprint sensor will be on the back or on the device at all. It’s possible that Google may finally embed the fingerprint sensor in the device’s display, a welcoming convenience. Currently, there are smartphones on the market like the Galaxy S10 and OnePlus 6T that have in-display fingerprint sensors.

Take the drawing with a grain of salt. It isn’t verified or anything, so again, take it with a grain of salt. Nonetheless, it’s still fun to see these types of drawings because it gives us a small glimpse into what we could potentially expect in the future from Google.

Hamza Khalid

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