Last month we had our first hand view of the Google Pixel 5 flagship phone. Thanks to fans of the Pixel 5, we now have a better view of how the device will look, through a better detailed CAD-based rendering of the Pixel 5.
The leak was shared by @Onleaks twitter account and Pricebaba’s website, confirming that the Pixel 5 will have the same design featured in the Pixel 4a. Leaks also suggest that the device will feature a square camera bump with three sensors and an LED flash at its back. It will also have a similar punch-hole design just like the Pixel 4a.
Two of the sensors in the square camera bump have been rumored to be camera sensors, but we aren’t sure of the third one. Aside that, leaks have also suggested that the device will feature a fingerprint sensor at its back.
One of the major leakers of this phone’s specs @Onleaks claims the device’s display could fall between 5.6 and 5.8-inches diagonally. The phone’s previous leaks suggest a possibility of the Google Pixel 5 using a Quad HD+ AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 90Hz.
The device is also teased to feature Qualcomm’s mid-range Snapdragon 765G SoC, as well as a 6 GB RAM – 128 GB ROM storage. With Google’s confirmation earlier this month, the device will possibly be launched alongside the Pixel 4a 5G.
Although a specific date for the launch has been concluded yet, Jon Prosser has suggested a possibility of the two major devices launching on September 30, 2020. The device is also rumored to be priced at $699 in the U.S., this a fair price compared to other high-end smartphones.