Google Pixel 5 will feature a 6-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. That display size is correct in the middle of the Pixel 4’s 5.7″ and Pixel
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Google made quite a lot of smart moves with the Pixel Phone, notably its phenomenal cameras and ultra-fast face unlock.

As you might guess, this has left us desperate to see how things can be improved for the Google Pixel 5. We acquired our first glimpse at what might turn into the Google Pixel 5 earlier today, and now a new report has shown a few of the gadget’s alleged specs.

Based on Reports, Google’s next flagship mobile will feature a 6-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. That display size is correct in the middle of the Pixel 4’s 5.7″ and Pixel 4 XL’s 6.3″ display, but unlike these two smartphones, as expected the Pixel 5 is to have an edge-to-edge display with minimal bezels on the top and bottom.

The Pixel 5’s alleged 90Hz refresh rate can be the same refresh rate as on the Pixel 4, and it’s unlikely that Google is packing in Samsung’s advanced variable refresh rate OLED display with an LTPO backplane.

We’re unsure if the resolution shall be FHD just like the smaller non-XL models previously or QHD like the larger XL models.

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Pixel 5 can also be expected to feature a dual-camera setup. Though the corporate experimented with a secondary wide-angle front selfie camera on the 2018 Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the Pixel 5 can be the first Pixel phone to include a wide-angle camera on the back. Users have been wanting this to occur, but maybe not at the expense of the camera.

Internally, the Pixel 5 will allegedly come equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, which we’ve expected but couldn't confirm previously. The Snapdragon 765G has an octa-core CPU power in a 1+1+6 configuration comprised of 1 ARM Cortex-A76 CPU core clocked at up to 2.4GHz, 1 ARM Cortex-A76 CPU core clocked at as much as 2.2GHz, and 6 ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores clocked at as much as 1.8GHz. The GPU is an overclocked version of Qualcomm’s Adreno 620 discovered on the standard Snapdragon 765. More importantly, the built-in Snapdragon X52 modem supports 5G connectivity, although it remains to be seen what bands are supported and what antennas and RF parts Google packs in the Pixel 5.

The Pixel 5 will support wireless charging feature, with support for the 15W Qi EPP profile and 5W reverse wireless charging. Proof for the latter was previously present in the Android 11 Operating Software.

Google has already acknowledged the existence of the Pixel 5, teasing both gadgets alongside the Pixel 4a’s launch just a few weeks back. While the gadgets’ reported specs won't dazzle, we’ll be very to see what Google does with the software and camera. Google made a giant gamble with the 3D facial recognition system and Soli radar gestures on Pixel 4, however it seems to be like the corporate is taking an extra conservative technique with its pair of 2020 flagships. Given the current financial and social conditions, that could prove to be a sensible move.

With the 5 and  Pixel 4a 5G expected to be out at the end of September or the starting of October (with pre-orders allegedly beginning October 8th), we don’t have to wait for much longer before we have the total picture. The Pixel 4a 5G will cost $499, however,Pixel 5's cost officially not announced yet. Both gadgets shall be out there in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Australia, Taiwan, and  Japan.


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