The presumed Google Pixel 5 can be seen in all its glory in a 360-degree video. This video is made from 5K renders and leaves nothing to the imagination.
Google Pixel 5 in 360 degree video
The Pixel 5 will be announced on September 30, according to the latest rumors. That we are getting closer to the launch, is evident from the many rumors and images that pass in review here on Techlargest. Now a 360-degree video has surfaced through Pricebaba in which the Pixel 5 plays the lead role.
In this video, we see the Pixel 5 based on screen size and dimensions. So far, all Google has revealed about this phone is 5G support. The renders and the video give us a glimpse of what else we can expect.
The Google Pixel 5 is quite similar to the Pixel 4a, apart from the glittery finish and an additional rear camera. Jeffrey immediately thought of the Sandstone version of the OnePlus One, but it could also be a plastic housing. We also see a flat display with a notch in the top left corner for the camera, just like the Pixel 4a. The screen will measure between 5.7 and 5.8 inches. This is a QHD + screen with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
The phone has a unibody design, with a finish identical to what we’ve already seen in the teaser Google provided during the Google Pixel 4a unveiling. While the renders show the phone in black, it is also known that the phone will be offered in white and green color. The dimensions of the Pixel 5 are 144.7 x 70.4 x 8.1mm (8.5mm at the camera module).
Fingerprint scanner on the back
On the back, we also see a circular fingerprint scanner that seems to be back with a vengeance. The camera module above it contains two cameras and an LED flash. It is not yet known which cameras Google will put in the Pixel.
Furthermore, we see a shiny power button and the volume buttons on the right, while the SIM card holder has moved to the bottom. The bottom is also home to the dual speakers and a USB Type-C port. There is a single microphone with noise cancellation at the top of the screen.
According to rumors, the Google Pixel 5 is not powered by the high-end Snapdragon 865 processor, but the midrange Snapdragon 765 chipset that supports 5G. We expect at least 6 GB of RAM, just like its predecessor, the Pixel 4. There is also talk of a 3080 mAh battery. That’s more than the Pixel 4’s 2800 mAh battery, but also a lot less than the Pixel 4 XL’s 3700 mAh battery.
Launch Pixel 5
Google will launch the Pixel 5 along with the Pixel 4a 5G ($ 499) in the fall. So there is already talk of September 30 and a suggested retail price of $ 699.
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