A few days ago, a YouTuber created a Pixel 5 render that showed the back of one of three prototypes that Google is supposedly considering for its 2020 flagship handset — if we can even call it a flagship to begin with. That image was apparently based on a leaked CAD file and focused on the handset’s rear camera system, which features an unusual design compared to everything else out there. At the time, we heard that the Pixel 5’s front side would still feature a large top bezel similar to what Google did on the Pixel 4. Now, we finally have a render that shows the full design of this purported Pixel 5 prototype. Spoiler alert: It’s ugly, which seems to be a signature feature for Pixel phones. Remember how ugly that Pixel 3 XL notch was? Let’s just revisit it for a second: Goole then “fixed” it by dropping a huge top bezel on the Pixel 4, which included a few critical components, like the new 3D face recognition system and the Motion Sense radar. It’s actually the Soli radar chip that prevents Google from going for any kind of notch, and we’ll say again that Soli is super cool but basically useless at this point.