Google Pixel 5 leaks in a full glory, to sport punch-hole display and dual rear cameras 

Google Pixel 5 leaks

This is a lovely afternoon for Pixel enthusiasts as the first look at the upcoming Google Pixel 5 has been leaked online in full glory. The new Google phone is all set to pack a dual rear camera and punch-hole display design. Further findings have revealed that there won’t be a significant design change on the next Pixel flagship. 

In an official announcement earlier this month, Google gave us a sneak peek at the Pixel 5. With the announcement of the Pixel 4a in India and other countries, the Mountain View giant has told us that a Pixel 5 and Pixel4A 5G model is coming with a teaser picture. Now the leaked renders and a 360 Degree round video of the purported Pixel 5 makes for a believable leak. It matches to the sparkly finish and glossy power button shown on the official teaser. 

Let’s talk about what else we know about the upcoming Google Pixel 5. 


Google Pixel 5 – What to expect and what we know so far? 

The Pixel 5 is coming this fall alongside Pixel 4A 5G, and it is largely a possibility that Google might not introduce an XL variant of the Pixel successor. These renders come to the courtesy of a partnership between PriceBaba and OnLeaks, who brings solid stuff to the leaks realm. Sporting a flat display design the screen size could be between 5.7 and 5.8-inch. 

The phone will feature a unibody design and dimensions could be 144.7 x 70.4 x 8.1mm, according to the leaked information. On the rear, it will have a circular fingerprint sensor, and a square camera module in the top left corner. There will be dual rear cameras and an unknown sensor, along with an LED flash. 

What do you guys think of the upcoming Google Pixel 5? Let us know in the comment section below.    


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