It is not a secret anymore that he Pixel 5 is going to be a mid-range device from Google instead of being a flagship like a Pixel 4. That’s the reason there is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset instead of a flagship SOC like the Snapdragon 865 or 865+. Thanks to the integrated 5G modem of Snapdragon 765G, Pixel 5 supports 5G as well.
There is 8GB RAM & 128GB internal storage.
The display on the front is a 6-inch Full-HD+ OLED with 90Hz refresh rate & a hole-punch cutout for the single selfie camera on the top left. So, there are no longer the face unlock sensors & the soli-radar chip on the Pixel 5. Moreover, the fingerprint scanner is there on the back which was missing on the Pixel 4 series of last year.
One interesting thing about the Google Pixel 5 is that it is the first Google smartphone featuring an ultrawide camera on the rear, so this means Google is not going for a 2X Telephoto camera this time again. Finally, while the battery size is not yet known, the battery is considerably bigger than the 2,800mAh cell of the Pixel 4. Android Central also said that the rumours of a 3,080mAh battery are false.
Well, we don’t know at what price Google is going to launch the Pixel 5 but since Pixel 4a 5G with Snapdragon 765G is launching at $499, expect the Google Pixel 5 to launch at a price around $599.