We're just about a week out from Google's big Launch Night In event, and details on one of the devices that'll be launched at the event have leaked out.
The Google Pixel 5 has been revealed in official-looking images. The renders shared by WinFuture show a device that looks a bit like the Pixel 4a, including a hole-punch display, but with slimmer bezels around the screen than on the 4a.
Today's leak also details many of the Pixel 5's specs. The new Google flagship is said to be packing a 6-inch 2340x1080 OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and an 8MP hole-punch selfie camera. Around back are two cameras: A main 12.2MP cam with Sony sensor and dual pixel phase detection autofocus, as well as a 16MP ultra-wide cam with 107-degree field of view.
Inside the Pixel 5a is a Snapdragon 765G processor with 5G support. There's 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, too, plus a 4080mAh battery with support for both wireless charging as well as reverse wireless charging that'll let you recharge other devices wireless. Support for 18W wired fast charging is said to be included, too.
Rounding out the Pixel 5's rumored spec list is NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, two stereo speakers, and IP68 water and dust resistance. All of those features are crammed into a body that's made of 100 percent recycled aluminum.
European pricing for the Pixel 5 will reportedly be €629. To compare, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL were €749 and €899, respectively, while in the US they cost $799 and $899. So it seems likely that the Pixel 5 will cost less than $700 in the US.
So now that we've got images, specs, and possibly price, what do you think of the Pixel 5? Are you thinking about buying one when it launches?