Those pictures reveal such details as an all-glass back (as is the fashion these days), a display notch, a single lens camera system that sticks out from the back ever so slightly, and interestingly a speaker grill at the bottom of the display (on the phone's "chin"). It looks a lot like the existing Pixel 2, with a single camera, rear fingerprint reader, and a two-tone design.
As ever, patents don't always turn into anything, and as Digital Trends (which dug up the patent) notes, this is a continuation of previous patents dating back to 2013. The top portion of the back panel is a little glossier than the rest of it, and the distinctive line separating the top and bottom has also been removed. He couldn't confirm whether wireless charging was present, but we dug through Android P beta 2 (Developer Preview 3) and found evidence for wireless charging docks, which we believe are for the Google Pixel 3, so make of that as you will. There's no sign of the 3.5mm audio jack indicating that Google will not bring it back. The fingerprint sensor is in about the same place as the Pixel 2's, and even the Google logo (which appears to have been spoofed the hide the identity of this test device) is in the same place. This could be the official prototype logo that the tech giant may be using, until the final product is ready. The phone is expected to be launched possibly in the third quarter of this year. Hence, we recommend you to take these leaks lightly for now. XDA Developers reached out to the person who originally leaked two pictures of the phone to obtain six more, giving us eight images in total, showing off all the buttons and ports. The designer had made renders earlier as well, based on the screen protector leak at that time. It's unclear, though, what the second sensor will be used for.
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When every other major flagship company has adopted at least some form of dual, if not triple rear camera configuration, Google is standing behind its superior software algorithms to get things done.