The last few days brought Flood of Pixel leak, And it hasn’t stopped yet. Famous smartphone leaker Evan Blass has removed the clearest, unwatermarked images of the Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) so far.
Black Google Pixel 4a
First, there is the Pixel 4a (5G). This phone leaked extensively Image from retailer John Lewis earlier today, And Evan shares the further look of these images. Whereas the previous leak showed the phone from almost every angle, these new images show some new angles, including direct side shots.
If not, the Pixel 4a (5G) is set to a slightly upgraded version of the Pixel 4a with a larger display, a better processor, and some other tweaks. However, most things about the appearance of the phone are basically the same as 4a.
Green Google Pixel 5
The protagonist of this latest leak is definitely the green Pixel 5. We first saw Earlier today, with Google TV and Chromecast with the new Nest Audio. However, the image only provided a side shot and wasn’t exactly what it looked like given its wider shot placement with other products.
Now Evan has Share 4 high resolution renders This almost certainly reflects the image Google shared when it launched its phone next week. It’s much easier to see all the details here, such as the metal lock button (also a shade of green), the glossy G logo on the back of the device, and the feel of the texture. As mentioned earlier, it may look like a Pixel 2 in your hand.
Black Google Pixel 5
Evan went a step further and shared some images with the standard black variations of the Pixel 5. As with the green model, you’ll see the newly added metal black lock button on the Pixel lineup.
This week’s WinFuture report details many of the Pixel 5’s specifications. Snapdragon 765G with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, 432PPI 6-inch 90Hz display, aspect ratio 19.5: 9, Gorilla Glass 6, second 16MP wide 107 degree FOV angle camera.
Be sure to check Damian’s summary Everything you’ll see at next week’s Google event.. Oh, check out The new Chromecast and Nest Audio retail boxes also leaked..
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