Google recently introduced its two new smartphones with 5G support — the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 5G. But now, a leak has revealed that the company is gearing up to launch a new smartphone, which is reportedly named as Google Pixel XE. Recently, live images of an unannounced Pixel device appeared on Twitter that clearly show the smartphone’s name as Google Pixel XE. The images were shared by Slashleaks that give a glimpse of the potential design of the upcoming Google smartphone. These include the presence of a punch-hole selfie camera and NFC support.
Google Pixel XE Features (Expected)
As per the reports, the Pixel XE will reportedly get power from an eight-core chipset and will support dual SIM cards. The leak confirms that the phone will use an octa-core SoC along with the support for NFC connection. Note that these images don’t show the full design of this mysterious smartphone. However, one image shows the “About Phone” section that confirms that the phone’s name is indeed Pixel XE. The live images show the front panel of the device and some key features of the upcoming handset.
Apart from the NFC support, the leaked images show the Pixel XE will come with the Nearby Share feature. Additionally, the images also reveal that the handset runs on the latest version of Android OS — the Android 11. As of now, we don’t know whether this phone will be a flagship, mid-range, or entry level device. However, looking at the recent trends of Galaxy S20 FE, iPhone SE, and others, the Pixel XE could be a mid-range smartphone. Currently, there’s only this much information about the upcoming device, however, we might get more details about this device in near future.