Gadget lovers have long awaited Google Pixel 5. And that Pandemic has just stretched the wait. Google Pixel 5 renders are leaked online and the unique design of the model is catching everyone’s eyes.
Going by Google’s trends, we can expect that this year too, it’s flagship device will have two models; namely Pixel 5 and Pixel 5 XL. Pixel XL is a nothing but a modified version of Pixel.
This time of the year is apparently Google’s routine launching time. Many Leaks of this long-awaited mobile started circulating online. These images show the device having a Dual Camera Setup along with a Punch Hole Display. Now, this would not surprise us anymore as almost every latest cell phone model is launched with either a dual or triple camera.
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However, it seems that the renders have proved themselves to be useless. Apparently, it is more likely that the company will launch Pixel 4A 5G rather than Pixel 5. Pixel 4A 5G will have the same SoC as that of Pixel 5. Google Pixel 5 XL release is highly doubtful as of now.
The leaks are CAD Schematics based and they depict Google’s latest flagship device of the year 2020 would look like.
Moreover, the leaked renders show us that Pixel 5’s design is almost similar to that of Pixel 4. Also, another similarity with the Pixel 4a Leaks, apart from design, is the dual-lens camera module, single selfie cam on the left display cutout, and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Additionally, many rumours surrounding the mid-range chipset for Pixel 5 are going around. Users are against this; they want Google to consider their follow up of last year’s flagship device.
As we have already mentioned earlier, renders are fully authentic and should not be relied upon.
Anyway, Google will be launching Pixel 5 in October or November, so we will get to know what’s in store for us. But one thing that’s most probable is that the device will have Android 11 pre-installed and will range around $699.
Stay tuned and keep reading to see the latest updates!