Android Central claims based on its own sources that the upcoming Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 will get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G soc. Furthermore, the 4a 5G will have a 6.2-inch display and the 5 a 6-inch display. The Pixel 5 also gets a 90Hz OLED display.
According to sources, Google Pixel 5 has a dual rear camera, one of which has an ultra-wide angle lens. The Pixel 5 would also get a much higher battery capacity than the 4a 5G and it will get support for wireless charging with the Qi standard at 15 watts, with 5 watts reverse charging. Finally, Android Central tells that the Pixel 5 will get at least 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage, but other variants are also to be expected.
An image of the Pixel 5 also appeared online on Friday, from the well-known leaker, OnLeaks. It also shows the dual camera, as well as the fingerprint sensor on the back and the punch-hole camera on the front.
It is the first time that a new generation Pixel phone does not have a Qualcomm Soc from the Snapdragon 800 series. Until now, Pixels with only a number in the name always had an 800 series SOC. Google seems to be shifting its Pixels from the top of the smartphone market towards the middle.
Google itself previously hinted that it will launch another Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 this year, but the company did not mention specifications, features, release date or price. The latter, however, does not apply to the 4a 5G, which will be priced at $499.