If you take a look at this screen protector (shown below this paragraph, you’ll notice rather thin bezels around it. Its bottom bezel still seems to be thicker than the rest of them, and that’s what we’re expecting for the Pixel 5a itself.
This Pixel 5a screen protector fits the leaked renders perfectly
A cutout for the display camera hole is placed in the top-left corner of this screen protector. That cutout seems to be just in the right place to fit the leaked Google Pixel 5a renders.
Yes, the Pixel 5a already leaked, quite recently. Its CAD-based renders got shared by a reliable source, and chances are they’re spot on. This screen protector seems to fit that design perfectly.
This screen protector also suggests that the Pixel 5a will have a flat display, as expected. The very last detail you’ll notice on this screen protector is the cutout for the earpiece at the top. It’s quite subtle, but it’s noticeable.
The Google Pixel 5a will actually resemble the Pixel 4a 5G quite a bit, if the leaked renders are to be believed. It will look almost identical to the Pixel 4a 5G. Based on the provided information, even the display size will be the same. Google may opt to use the exact same display it used for the Pixel 4a 5G.
The device is said to feature a 6.2-inch fullHD+ display
The Pixel 5a is expected to feature a 6.2-inch fullHD+ flat display with a 60Hz refresh rate. The phone will come with an upgraded processor, but we still don’t know what SoC may that be. Whatever Google opts for, chances are it will support 5G.
The Pixel 5a may be the only device in the series Google ends up releasing. We’re not sure if the ‘XL’ variant will arrive. The Pixel 5a will be larger than the Pixel 4a, quite a bit, as it will be the same size as the Pixel 4a 5G.
The device is expected to become official in mid-2021. Based on the leaked date, which was provided by Jon Prosser, a well-known tipster, the Pixel 5a will launch on June 11.