We are almost 9 months away for the big reveal of the upcoming Google Pixel – but we already have a leaked image of a prototype render for the Pixel 5 XL.

Front Page Tech hosted by Jon Prosser shared one of the three prototype design renders for the Pixel 5 XL.

To come up with a design, Google usually makes several prototype renders and then selects on one of them. Here, Jon Prosser shares the unique prototype of the bunch – which is potentially the Google Pixel 5 XL that you can expect.

You can also take a look at FPT’s YouTube video to know more about it:

However, the design is subject to change because it is one of the prototype designs made, you can expect changes to the design before they finally select a prototype design to manufacture.

The prototype design render is a reliable hint on how the Google Pixel 5 series will look like. You might end up getting different designs for the standard Pixel 5 and the XL – or maybe not.

As you can see in the image above, the back camera definitely resembles the look of an emoji and could feature a glass finish. We do not have enough information on it to speculate the specifications – but you can expect an ultra-wide camera sensor for sure.

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