In recent days, a lot of Pixel bugs have been brought, and they have not stopped. So far, well-known smartphone leaker Evan Blass has just released the clearest and least watermarked images of Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G). This time, we can clearly see the former The elusive green version…
Google Pixel 4a black
First, we have Pixel 4a (5G). The phone was heavily leaked in images of retailer John Lewis earlier today, and Evan is sharing more information in these images. Although previous leaks showed the phone from almost every angle, these new images provide us with several new angles, including direct side shots.
If you haven’t followed, Pixel 4a (5G) will be set as a slightly upgraded version of Pixel 4a, with a larger display, better processor, and some other adjustments. However, most things about the appearance of the phone are basically the same as 4a.
Google Pixel 5 green
The star of the latest leak must be the green Pixel 5, and we first saw the Chromecast with Google TV and the new Nest Audio earlier today. However, this image only brings us a side photo, and considering that it is placed in a wider photo with other products, it is not the most detailed appearance.
Now, Evan has shared four high-resolution renderings, which almost certainly reflect the images that Google will share when the phone is launched next week. It̵
Google Pixel 5 black
Evan also moved on and shared more Pixel 5 images in its standard black version. Like the green model, we can see the metallic black lock button added to the Pixel lineup.
A report released by WinFuture this week detailed many specifications of Pixel 5: Snapdragon 765G with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, 69.5-inch aspect ratio at 432PPI, 19.5:9 aspect ratio display and Gorilla Glass 6, and the second 16MP widescreen, viewing angle camera with 107 degree FOV.
Be sure to check our Damien summary, we hope to see everything at the Google event next week. Oh, please also check the leaked retail box for new Chromecast and Nest Audio.
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