A tech enthusiast, Ben Geskin, shared the late-night Pixel 5 leak post of Jon Presser, another Tech analyst. Presser’s post added to the host of leaks about Pixel 5, which have already given a fair bit of information about the upcoming Pixel phone.
The latest tweet shared two real-world images of the unreleased Google Pixel 5. One of the images shows a punch-hole design in front of the selfie camera. The rear shows a dual rear camera and a fingerprint sensor. Geskin also pointed out the uniform and symmetric bezel design in the front.
Coming to the build material of the phone, a Twitter leaker speculated that its made of “100 percent recycled aluminum back” and also features a Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection. Such has been the frenzy surrounding Pixel 5 that tipsters seem to have figured out the entire phone configuration before its release.
Even though experts suggest that the phone will come with wireless charging support, the metal body raises few questions. This is because the existing Qi standard doesn’t exactly works well in tandem with metal. However, it is expected that some sort of workaround will be in place.
Some have even commented on the similarity of the Pixel 5 phone with Pixel 4a. Reports state the other available color variant for Pixel 5 is the “Sorta Sage”.
Another feature which the tech enthusiasts have speculated about is that the Pixel 5 will be a smaller device. The leaked images seem to support this suggestion. Various tipsters have suggested that Pixel 5 will feature a 6-inch 90Hz OLED screen.
The information collected through multiple Pixel 5 leaks claim that the Pixel 5 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 G processor, houses 128 GB of internal storage, and packs a 4080 mAh battery. Its front camera is speculated to be an 8MP lens. The dual rear camera is supposedly comprised of a 12MP main camera with a supporting 16MP ultra-wide camera.
Google has managed to keep the pricing detail and the phone availability still under the wraps.