The official renders of the Google Pixel 5 smartphones have recently been leaked ahead of the forthcoming September 30 event. Our readers who are consistent in reading our posts would recall that we have released a post on the device being previously leaked. WinFuture has provided us with some additional information that certifies the device’s specs and launch information. It will feature upper mid-range specs.
The Google Pixel 5 will reportedly feature a 6-inch 90Hz display having a 432ppi pixel density with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. This display is protected by the Gorilla Glass 6. The leaked renders also show how the Google Pixel 5 features a narrow bottom bezel. According to the report, the device’s “housing” is produced with 100% recycled aluminum and there is an IP68 water/dust resistance.
The Google Pixel 5 also features a 4,080mAh battery which supports wireless charging with a reverse-power capability for accessories. There’s the same 12.2MP main camera as before, but it now supports 4K 60FPS and 1080p 240FPS video recording. Meanwhile, the second 16MP wide-angle camera has a 107-degree FOV with f/2.2 at 1.0 μm. The front-facing camera is still 8MP, but the FOV has been reduced from 90 to 83 degrees.
Additional information reaching us also states that the device will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G with 8GB RAM + 128GB storage. However, WinFuture only records and reports Sub-6 5G radios.
Google Pixel 5 will be available in a black model that had been teased officially. Its lock button looks metallic and it is also black. Retailers, however, confirmed the possibility of a new Green variant being launched as well. Thanks to the leaked renders, we also have a peek of the Google Pixel 5’s advertising-focused wallpaper.