When Google announced the Pixel 4a, it also promised to bring the Pixel 5 with the 5G variant. Both phones expected to arrive in October, but the company hasn’t gone into detail about an upcoming Pixel phone. The flagship shows only a side view of the device.
We now have a better idea of what the Pixel 5 will look like, thanks to new renderings by OnLeaks. Which has a good record, which leaked the Pixel 4a design seven months ago?
Interestingly, Google’s new flagship smartphone isn’t much tied to the design of the Pixel 4a and Pixel 4. For those who prefer fingerprint sensors, there seems to be something traditional behind the device. Google could easily include an in-display fingerprint sensor. But the company is likely targeting a lower price, as did the Pixel 4a.
Pixel 5 expected to have a 6-inch OLED screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz.
There are a perforated front camera and a rear camera module consisting of three sensors. One of which may be a time-of-flight sensor.
The body has a matte finish like the Pixel 4a, and there is no headphone jack. In particular, the top of the Pixel 5 has no fancy hardware, no facial recognition module. And no SOLI airborne radar, which in practice has proven to be more than just a gimmick.
The rendering tells us a little about the Pixel 5’s interior. But we have some clues as to what to expect. According to Android Headlines, the device will have a battery of 3080mAh. While the Android flagship is likely to have a battery of 4000mAh. On the other hand, it may support reverse wireless charging.
For the SoC. The Snapdragon 765G is most likely the manufacturer of the phone that prefers the more expensive Snapdragon 865. Which requires a separate modem for 5G connectivity. Regarding the price. Rumors that Pixel 5 could start at $ 499 for 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Although the previous few generations of Pixel flagships more expensive (and proven unpopular). In any case, we will have more information within a month, when Google will officially launch this device.