We got our first look at the green Pixel 5 in a leaked marketing image earlier today, and now some high-quality shots of the green Google phone have surfaced.
The official-looking images give us a clear look at the green color of the Pixel 5 (via Evan Blass). The green is definitely more subdued than some of the Pixel colors we've seen in the past, and we can see it wraps around the sides of the phone. The power/lock button appears to be a darker shade of green than the body.
We can also see a dual rear camera setup — rumored to be 12.2MP main and 16MP ultra-wide cams — plus the return of the rear fingerprint reader. Around front is a hole-punch selfie cam that's rumored to be of the 8MP variety.
The Pixel 5 in black also leaked out again today, and you can see it below.
Finally, Blass shared some high-quality shots of the Pixel 4a 5G. They're similar to the ones that we saw earlier today thanks to UK retailer John Brown, but it's still nice to get another high-quality look at the Pixel 4a 5G.