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Pixel 4 XL leaked photo reveals two back cameras and holepunch screen

first_img Tags Comments Preview • Pixel and Pixel XL unveiled: Google’s post-Nexus phones come out swinging (hands-on) Mentioned Above Google Pixel (32GB, Quite Black) How To • How to transfer your data from an iPhone to Android phone Now playing: Watch this: Share your voice $219 Compare these Pixel 3 and iPhone XS photos News • Google Pixel 3A: Where is AT&T? Google Pixel 6:39 iPhone XR vs. Pixel 3 camera comparison CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Every version of the Pixel to date has had a single rear camera. However, it is rumored that the next Pixel XL model will get two. Angela Lang/CNET The next Google Pixel might be getting more cameras and a sleek design overhaul. According to a leaked photo posted on the site SlashLeaks on Wednesday, the Pixel 4 XL will have two cameras on the back instead of the single one found on the Pixel 2 XL and 3 XL. Famously Google has had only a single rear camera on every Pixel model large and small. The company embraced using AI and machine learning to create photos that rival phones with two rear cameras like the iPhone XS or three back cameras like the Huawei P20 Pro. A second camera could be used for something other than photography like perhaps AR.pixel-4-xl-drawing-from-slashleaksThis drawing posted on SlashLeaks purportedly shows the Pixel 4 XL with dual rear and front facing cameras. SlashLeaks The drawings of the unreleased 4 XL also show an oval hole-punch display for two selfie cameras like on the new Galaxy S10 Plus. Famously, the Pixel 3 lacks a notch while the Pixel 3 XL has one of the largest found on any phone.Curious enough the drawing doesn’t show a fingerprint reader on the back. This omission could indicate that the next Pixel phone will have an in-screen fingerprint reader like the OnePlus 6T and Galaxy S10.Of course, the drawing hasn’t been verified so it should be taken with a grain of salt. That said, it’s still fun to think about.Google didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. See it 21 24 Photos Review • Our Google Pixel review: Pure Android at its absolute best Phones Google Huawei OnePluslast_img read more

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HMC to set up 3 primary health centres

first_imgKolkata: In a bid to provide better health service to citizens, Howrah Municipal Corporation (HMC) is setting up more urban primary health centres, which will start functioning in the next one and a half months.The civic body has taken up a project to set up three more urban primary health centres, which will take up their total number to 15. At present, 12 are functioning in the area under the municipal corporation, but the project to set up three more primary health centres was taken up to ensure better health service to the residents. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe three health centres are coming up at ward number 10, 19 and 61 of the municipal corporation and the location to set up the same was identified following a proper assessment.The health centre at ward number 10 is coming up at Sitanath Bose Lane near Salkia. The one in ward 19 is coming up at Bellilious Lane and the third one in ward number 61will be developed at 273 GT Road.The construction of the buildings of the primary health centres has already started. The work is going on in full swing to ensure that all the three primary centres can be made functional in the next one and a half months. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedDr Rathin Chakraborty, Mayor of HMC, said: “It is the policy of the state government to take all necessary measures to provide health service to the people and setting up of the three new primary health centres will ensure the same.”Bhaskar Bhattacharjee, MMIC (Health), said: “We expect that the fully equipped health centres can be opened in the next one and a half months for common people.”There will be all sorts of facilities in the health centres, including pathological laboratories and diagnostic centres, where different tests will be carried out free of cost. There will also be the facility of carrying out tests for dengue and malaria.Besides the pathological laboratories, there will also be out patient departments in the health centres. At the same time, steps have been taken to ensure presence of minor operation theatres in all the three primary health centres.last_img read more

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