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Google released the Pixel 4 back in October 2019, so it would be no surprise if they introduced their next-generation handset around the same time this year. What do we know so far about the Pixel 5? Well, it should feature a Snapdragon 865, 765G or 768G chipset, a triple rear lens camera (main sensor, telephoto and ultra wide), 5G connectivity and a 90Hz display.
How much will the models cost? The Pixel 4 / Pixel 4XL were priced from $799 and $899, respectively, so the Pixel 5 / Pixel 5XL should fall somewhere along those lines. As for the design itself, it appears to look just like the Pixel 4, but with a centered rear camera module. Both the iPhone 12 Pro and Galaxy S20 are rumored to have 120Hz displays, but Google may stick with 90Hz to keep prices down. Whatever the case may be, we’ll keep you posted when new information is released.
- 4.7-inch Retina HD display
- Water and dust resistant (1 meter for up to 30 minutes, IP67)
- 12MP Wide camera; Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, Depth Control, next-generation Smart HDR, and 4K video
- 7MP front camera with Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting, and Depth Control
- Touch ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay