Google is working on the next pixel, and everyone is excited what they will come up with. In Pixel 2 they did a great job with the camera only with the single lens. Pixel 2 has the best camera on a smartphone right now. One of the Reddit users designed a beautiful concept of the Pixel 3 with dual screen.

Is This Concept Practical?

We have seen a dual screen on other smartphones just like that if pixel 3 will come with this concept, I will be the first one to buy it.

For a full frontal display without notches, the front-facing camera is the biggest problem. It’s not super important for a lot of people, but it needs to be there for video conferencing and selfies. Right?


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What if you only have one, extremely good camera on the back, and use that for everything. This could be done by adding a secondary display on the back. An OLED screen with perfects blacks would blend in seamlessly on the blacktop surface of the Pixel design.

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It looks beautiful at first but there might be some issue like no front camera, you need to use back camera for everything. and turn your phone every time to take a selfie. No sensor at the front side might be a problem.

Of course, you’d have to turn the phone over for selfies and video calls. On the other hand, you’d be able to use the whole front for a massive, gorgeous, notch-less display. Speakers at the bottom and piezo microphone for calls.

The concept is good but it will probably increase the price of the device and Google is not really into hardware thing, I mean they make good stuff but their designs are not always the best. Let me know in comments below what do you think about this concept.