The past few days were amazing – A bunch of Pixel leaks was posted online, and they keep on going strong!
Evan Blass, a famous smartphone leaker, just posted the most explicit and least-watermarked pictures of the upcoming Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) to date. The new images are focused on the charming green variant of the former.
Black Google Pixel 4a
First, there’s the Google Pixel 4a (5G). The phone was leaked in extent recently thanks to images from retailer John Lewis.
Past leaks displayed the phone from most angles, but the new images provide us with a few new angled shots, including a full side shot.
The Pixel 4a (5G) will be a slightly upgraded version of the device it replaces, with a marginally bigger display, improved chipset, and a few other tweaks.
However, most of the device’s aesthetics resemble the 4a, though.
Green Pixel 5
The most exciting part of the new leak is the green Pixel 5, which we finally got to observe in all its glory!
The four new high resolution renders will likely resemble the images Google will share at launch.
You can see the metallic lock button, shiny Google logo on the rear, and the texture inspires high quality.
Black Pixel 5
Evan also posted some pictures of the Pixel 5 in its black base variant. A black lock button specific to the next generation of Pixel phones can be noticed.
This week’s WinFuture report presented many of the upcoming device’s specifications – Snapdragon 765G with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, a 6-inch 90Hz display with 432PPI with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and Gorilla Glass 6, and a second 16MP wide-angle camera that has a 107-degree FOV.