Google announced its latest flagship, the Google Pixel 5, at the Google Event on September 30.
The Google Pixel 5 supported 5G and was announced alongside the Google Pixel 4a 5G Variant. To enable the usage of 5G and have a decent battery life, Google went in with the mid-range Snapdragon 765G Processor compared to the 4XL, which packs the Snapdragon 855.
On paper, this might seem like a downgrade, but Google’s reason behind using the 765G was cost-cutting and saving battery. 5G is in its early days, and all the companies are trying out their methods to optimize their devices with the new technology.
We have done a speed test between both the devices,
As you could see, even with the inferior Snapdragon 765G, the Pixel 5 had a neck-to-neck competition with the Google Pixel 4 XL.
The Google Pixel 5 comes with 8GB of RAM that boosts performance with a well-optimized Android 11 Experience. The Pixel 4XL with 6GB of RAM came at a premium price tag of $999 when launched in the US, but the Pixel 5 gets a $300 off and costs just $799. A Google Pixel with 5G Support at this price is a no-brainer for a lot of the customers. The Pixel also keeps its standards in Mobile Photography and has also improved the Night Photography with the new device.
You can Pre-Order the Google Pixel 5 from the Google Store.
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