Let's Take Another Look At The Pixel 4a 5G & Pixel 5

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We're less than a week from Google officially launching the Pixel 5, and here we have another leak, showing us all the angles of Google's next smartphone.

Thanks to Evleaks, who posted a number of images of the Pixel 5 in both green and black, as well as the Pixel 4a 5G.

In the gallery below, you can see the Pixel 5 in the green and black colors. The green seems to be a somewhat dark green, but not super dark like the iPhone 11 Pro was last year. It also seems to heave a sandstone type finish on the back. And not just a plain matte color this time around. Giving it a rather unique look, compared to other Pixel devices.


Also new this year is the sides. They are no longer black, but use the same color as the back. Part of this is because the Pixel 5 is going to be polycarbonate instead of glass and metal. So it's easier to curve polycarbonate that way, than it would be with glass.

Here's the Pixel 4a 5G

The Pixel 4a 5G looks very similar to the Pixel 5, as we had expected. It also carries on the Pixel 4 design. It doesn't have a different looking back, like the Pixel 5 does, and it'll only be available in Black this year.

So you're getting a black phone with a white power button. Which is pretty nice and follows Google's trend of offering up colored power buttons.


The bezels are a bit thicker here, likely because this is set to be more of a mid-range smartphone from Google, whereas the Pixel 5 is more of a premium mid-ranger.

You'll also notice that the back has two cameras. Similar to the Pixel 5, the Pixel 4a 5G is going to sport the 12.2-megapixel main sensor that every Pixel ever has had. Along with a 16-megapixel ultra-wide sensor this time around. Which is a change from the telephoto offered on the Pixel 4 last year.

Internally, the Pixel 4a 5G is going to sport the Snapdragon 765G chipset with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Making for a pretty good device. We don't have official pricing yet, but we have been hearing that it will be around $500. For a 5G smartphone, that is a pretty good price.


We'll find out all the details on September 30 when Google makes it and the Pixel 5 official. Along with some other devices that it will be announcing.