Pricebaba has shared high-resolution renders of the Pixel 5 that show us exactly what Google’s newest flagship smartphone is going to look like. Like its predecessor, the device will feature a big (and arguably unsightly) block housing dual rear cameras in the back. What’s new, however, is an OLED display with a punch hole, just like the recently announced Pixel 4a. The Pixel 5 also sees the return of a rear fingerprint sensor, which is great news for users who despise the whole face-unlocking thing.
“The phone features a unibody design, with a finish identical to what we have already seen in the teaser on Google’s official blog,” Pricebaba noted. “While the renders show the phone in black, Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech recently claimed that the smartphone will be offered in a green colour as well. The dimensions of the Pixel 5 are 144.7 x 70.4 x 8.1mm (8.5mm around the camera bump) according to OnLeaks.”
But what about the Pixel 5’s specs? Some of those have leaked today, too. According to Android Central, the flagship smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G and boast a “considerably larger” battery capacity than the Pixel 4. It’ll also feature 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, as well as a panel capable of refresh rates of up to 90 Hz.