Last week, popular tipster OnLeaks shared CAD renders of the Google Pixel 5 to reveal its design from all angles. Today, a Mexican radio host Jose Antonia Ponton shared new images that showcase the appearance of Pixel 5 in real. While the device is expected to debut as Pixel 5, its name is mentioned as ‘Pixel 5s’ in the “About Phone” screen.
The frontal image of the Google Pixel 5 shows that its screen is equipped with a punch-hole cutout towards the top-left corner. Past reports have revealed that the Pixel could be sporting a 5.7-inch or 5.8-inch display. It is a flat display surrounded by slim bezels on all four sides.
The rear side of the phone features a traditional fingerprint scanner and the company’s logo towards the bottom. At the upper-left corner of the phone’s rear is a square-shaped camera system. It is comprised of the main camera, a spectral and flicker sensor, an ultrawide angle lens, and an LED flash. The right edge of the smartphone has a volume rocker and a power button.
The “About Phone” page shows that it is preinstalled with Android R. The Pixel 5s and Android R texts suggest that the handset shown in the leaked images belong to the engineering unit of the smartphone. The probable reason why the device is identified as Pixel 5s is that it could be a variant of the Pixel 5 with or without mmWave 5G support. Since smartphone OEMs are known for using ‘s’ for phones with better specs, the Pixel 5s could belong to the Pixel 5 with mmWave 5G support.
Pixel 5 was approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the beginning of this month. It revealed that Pixel 5 has four variants. Among them, two models such as GD1YQ and G6QU3 will be equipped with sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G networks. In related news, a recent leak had revealed that the phone will be priced at 629 euros and it will come in black and green color options.
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