The Google Pixel 5 has just surfaced in several renders. This leak comes from @OnLeaks and Pricebaba, and it is CAD-based, by the way. These renders give us a really good look at Google’s upcoming phone.
The design can be checked out via images (gallery below the article), or a video which is embedded below the article. These renders leave very little to the imagination.
The Google Pixel 5 renders appear showing a familiar design
The Google Pixel 5 resembles the Pixel 4a quite a bit, as you can see. It has really thin bezels, with its bottom bezel being a hair thinner than the rest. A display camera hole is also here, and it’s placed in the top-left corner of the phone’s display.
The phone seems to offer a flat display, just like the Pixel 4a. On the back, you’ll be able to find a capacitive fingerprint scanner, along with Google’s branding.
The phone’s rear camera module is placed in the top-left corner, and it contains two camera sensors. An LED flash is also included in that camera module, by the way.
The source reports that the phone’s display will measure between 5.7 and 5.8 inches. That is kind of surprising considering that pretty much every rumor claimed we’re looking at a larger display.
The Google Pixel 5 is the only rumored Pixel 5 devices at this point, so a larger display was expected. If this handset ends up sporting a 5.7-5.8-inch panel, a Pixel 5 XL may launch after all.
The phone will be smaller than expected
The source also notes that the phone will measure approximately 144.7 x 70.4 x 8.1mm (8.5mm with camera bump). The power / lock button is placed on the right, along with the volume up and down buttons.
You’ll notice separate speaker grills on the bottom, along with a Type-C USB port. A noise-canceling microphone can be found at the top of the device.
What’s odd here is that it seems like this phone comes with a plastic back. That is, at least, what it looks like on these renders. It may not be, though, we’ll have to wait and see.
The Google Pixel 5 is rumored to arrive in September, and it will be fueled by the Snapdragon 765G SoC, it seems. Google gave up on the Snapdragon 865 (Plus), based on pretty much every piece of information that surfaced in the last couple of months.
More than one RAM and storage option may be available, while the phone will include an OLED display. That display will offer 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate, and we’re still not sure about its resolution.