Earlier this month, Google launched the Pixel 4a. Google has since then been working on the 5G variant of Pixel 4a and the Google Pixel 5. The handsets will launch this fall. Thanks to Pricebaba and tipster OnLeaks, we have the image renders and spec leaks for the Pixel 5.
According to the leaks, the handset will feature a 5.8-inch OLED punch-hole display. The flat-screen panel will offer a 90Hz refresh rate. Meanwhile, the handset will be powered by the Snapdragon 765 chipset, which supports 5G.
While there is no information on storage configuration, we can expect up to 6GB RAM or more. The handset will pack in a 3,080mAh battery. The handset will be the first to ship with the Android 11 Operating System.
As per the image renders, the Pixel 5 will have the unibody design just like the previous handsets. The punch-hole is placed on the top left of the screen. The glossy power button and volume rocker are placed on the right edge.
While the SIM card tray has been moved to a new location, towards the bottom of the left edge. The top edge has a single noise-canceling mic and an earpiece slit above the display. The bottom edge has dual speakers along with a USB Type-C port.
The rear end has a square camera module and a circular fingerprint reader. The camera module houses a dual camera along with a sensor and LED flash.
Well, this is all the information we have on Google Pixel 5. Both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 will hopefully launch this fall, the 30th of September, and will start at $499.
via – 9To5Google
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