Google offered vague details for its upcoming Pixel 5 during the Pixel 4a launch event and only disclosed its market availability alongside a side profile shot. Even before that, however, there was speculation that the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 765G chipset and now we get further confirmation as it was seen on AI Benchmark with the very same SoC.
We can also see the phone will come with 8GB RAM and boots the yet-to-be-released Android 11. Past leaks have also revealed the Pixel 5 could arrive with reverse wireless charging and is expected to retail in the $700 range. There are also talks of an XL model which will bear the “bramble” code name. In terms of design, the Pixel 5-series is expected to adopt a punch-hole cutout display and a dual-camera setup on the back.
The Pixel 5 and 4a 5G will be available in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan and Australia. Google said it will share more details in the coming months but given the company’s past track record we should see plenty of leaks before any official details.
Up to 400 i would like to say only big difference will make constant updates from google. Rest is as it is. A decent midranger.
Pixel and then Pixel 2 XL owner here. Skipped the 3 due to the notch (plus the 2XL was still an amazing phone), and I pre-ordered the 4XL, but when it got to my door I sent it back. I had read and seen too many negative reviews, and also realize that...
Why the hell do you need 4k resolution on a 6" screen? Do you look at your screen under a microscope?! All it does is kill your battery.