Google will release the Pixel 5 smartphone in just a few days, and the fans are eagerly waiting to see if the gadget will surpass its predecessor, Pixel 4, when it comes to specs. Judging by the leaked info, we can bet that it will. Pixel 4 needed more battery, a larger screen, more optimized system, and more.
The Google Japan Twitter account was spotted by 9to5Google as revealing precious info about the Pixel 5 preorder announcement.
Pixel 5 costs ¥74,800 (around $708) in Japan
The tweet promises 5G connectivity among the highlights, which is the most necessary trend in 2020.
Google Pixel 5, the ultimate 5G-enabled smartphone from Google, is now available for pre-order
Enjoy fast movie downloads and professional-grade photography. 5G experience with the best specs.
Click here for details ️ https://t.co/YP1ltW3qHv
Please reply #stop to stop the notification.
— Google Japan (@googlejapan) September 24, 2020
Google’s upcoming flagship smartphone is equipped with a dual-camera on the rear: a 12.2MP wide sensor accompanied by a 16MP ultrawide lens. The 4K video recording couldn’t possibly be missing, and the single selfie camera of 8MP also deserves some love. But the good news is not over yet, as the phone packs a 6-inch OLED display, 8GB of RAM, a 4080 mAh battery, and last but not least: the Snapdragon 765G processor, which is one of Qualcomm’s best chipsets. The company itself says:
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 765G mobile platform unites 5G and AI to power select premium experiences for gamers across the globe, including 5G gaming at multi-gigabit speeds and select Qualcomm® Snapdragon Elite Gaming™ features and support for all-day battery life.
Google Pixel 5 will be running on Android 11 out of the box, and there’s only one storage option: the one with 128GB. Oddly enough, no card slot is included, but it’s better that way sometimes. A card slot usually cumbers the phone’s functionality.