Pixel 4 proved to be quite frustrating for the users. However, the new smartphone comes with great improvements like a noticeable camera and fast face unlock. These phones have not been recommended due to their bad battery life. Pixel 5 is expected to come with a better battery as well. On 14 February, we got a look at Pixel 5 XL. His final product may also be a bit different from the shown model. The phone does come with the fresh design language for google but also has an absurd camera housing design and face arrangements of the sensors. We are still looking for any more variations.
When will Google Pixel 5 be released?
Google Pixel 5 will be released in October 2020. This can be said by looking at the pattern of the last releases.
What are the specs of Google Pixel 5?
Google Pixel 5 is going to be the first phone from Google with three rear cameras. The last phone focused more on the telephoto camera, but this time it will be changed. The camera will come with an ultra-wide lens.
The phone will be running on Android 11, with a snapdragon 865. The RAM will be 8GB or 6 GB. The internal memory would be 64 GB or 128 GB.
What will the price of Google Pixel 5?
The price will be anywhere around $849-$899. Official reports are not out yet, but this is our best guess. This estimation has been made based on the prices of the last devices.
The phone will mark a milestone for Google in the race of smartphones. They will compete with other brands like Samsung, and with a brand new smartphone, Google is expected to reduce the mistakes and flaws of their older devices. With the new device, will come new and updated features. Stay tuned for more updates on the specs.
Google might be working on the latest Battery Share feature for its next generation of Pixel phones. In the last batch of Pixel phones, the major backlash Google received was the battery, and this time, Google might be looking to fix it and taking another step ahead. The leak was confirmed by XDA Developers, while also mentioning that the menu reads ‘Your phone’s battery will run out faster when using battery share. Battery share works with compatible earbuds, watches, phones and more.’ So, let’s keep waiting for the new Pixel with the new Android version.