After the Google Pixel 5 being listed at various retailers in the UK and continental Europe, a full specs leak of the upcoming device has also been caught hold of by several people.
According to the leaks, the Pixel 5 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G chipset, and not the flagship-grade Snapdragon 865 or 865+. The screen will be a 6-inch 1080×2340 OLED with 90 Hz refresh rate and HDR support, covered with Gorilla Glass 6. The fingerprint sensor is still on the back of the phone, and not under-display.
The Pixel 5 will ship with 8GB of RAM. The base model has 128GB of internal storage.
As for optics, the Google Pixel 5 has two rear cameras, a 12.2 MP f/1.7 main sensor with dual pixel PDAF and 1.4um pixel size, with OIS and EIS. This has a 77-degree field-of-view. Additionally, there’s an ultrawide camera, with a 16 MP sensor, 107-degree field of view, f/2.2 aperture, and 1.0um pixel size. On the front, in the hole-punch, there’s an 8 MP camera with f/2.0 aperture, 1.12um pixel size, and 83-degree field-of-view. The main camera does 4K video at 60fps, 1080p at 240fps, while selfie videos will top out at 1080p30.
The battery is a massive 4,080 mAh, and charges through an 18W brick. Wireless charging is supported too, as well as reverse wireless charging. The Pixel 5 will also feature stereo speakers, spectral and flicker sensors, three mics, dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, LTE, and of course 5G. There’s only one SIM slot, but dual-SIM functionality can be achieved via eSIM.
IP68 water and dust resistance is certified, and the frame is 100% recycled aluminum. The phone will run Android 11 from the start date, and in some countries, it will ship with wired headphones in the box. It will be available in green and black colours, and weigh 151g and 8mm thick. It will start at €629 in the Eurozone. The US pricing is expected to be between $599 and $629.