It’s been over a month for the official presentation of Pixel 3 XL, but in the last few weeks, absolutely everything has been leaked about the new Google device. Just yesterday we let you know that a Russian portal already has the device in its hands and has been sharing more images of the device, including captures of its camera.
Today the information is related to one of the most controversial elements of the mobile phone, its ‘notch’. Since the first images were filtered at the end of July, the public reacted negatively due to the large size of the notch that is on the screen, but the 9to5Google portal has published a report that justifies the dimensions of the ‘notch’.
According to its sources, the device has a wide-angle front sensor, which would allow taking selfies with a greater angle of vision, something that we have already seen in the LG G6, ideal for selfies where more people appear on the scene. This would compensate for the lack of a dual camera in the back, another of the complaints that are exposed on the phone.
To get the best possible use of the new sensor, Mountain View has integrated an improved portrait mode. We know that the front camera has two lenses, but the source anticipates that this is due to a new facial recognition system that improves its security. The above along with a new chip “Visual Core” would allow the front cameras to exploit their potential. There are no more details of what kind of features they could play thanks to these components.
While we have been focused on talking about the larger model, the report points out that the Pixel 3 will also have the same additions in its front camera. Why can not this information be confirmed with the terminals that are already circulating? There is an explanation. All the devices that outside include preproduction software, which is why they do not have the features that we mentioned previously. This is preventing the data from being confirmed.
Despite the large number of leaks that have occurred in recent days, it seems that Google still has some surprises up its sleeve and surely know them in the presentation of October 4.