Google Pixel 5

Google Pixel 5 with Snapdragon 756G, 8GB RAM Surfaces on AI Benchmarks

Google Pixel 5 with Snapdragon 756G, 8GB RAM Surfaces on AI Benchmarks

Recently, Google announced the Pixel 4a and in the same event, also offered some details about the Pixel 5. The details included market availability and a shot of the device. The Pixel 5 has now surfaced on AI Benchmark, and thanks to this, we get to know its specifications. As speculated earlier, benchmarks reveal that Snapdragon 765G will power Pixel 5.

Google Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5: Here’s How to Make Sense of 2020 Pixel Lineup

Google Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5: Here’s How to Make Sense of 2020 Pixel Lineup

Google’s strategy with Pixel smartphones hasn’t really worked as well as the company had hoped. The Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4 XL’s launch was a disaster, and the phones didn’t even launch in many countries, including India, due to regulatory issues with the Project Soli radar system. The 2020 Pixel lineup looks even more disastrous. The phones have leaked but they didn’t make sense. Today, we’re going to decipher Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphones and how they fit into this year’s lineup.

Google Pixel 5 Renders Leak, Show Thinner Bezels and Dual-Camera Setup

Google Pixel 5 Renders Leak, Show Thinner Bezels and Dual-Camera Setup

Google is reportedly prepping for the launch of the Pixel 4a, but there has not been much information on the impending launch of the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 5 XL. Many high-level executives left Google’s Pixel hardware development division, leaving people to wonder if the company is serious about its smartphone division at all. Now, the first Pixel 5 render images have been leaked, giving us a possible look at the phone.

Google Pixel 5 leak suggests Snapdragon 765G Processor instead of Snapdragon 865

Google Pixel 5 leak suggests Snapdragon 765G Processor instead of Snapdragon 865

Google is expected to soon launch an affordable version of the Pixel 4 series in the form of Pixel 4a. A few months later, the internet search giant will unveil the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 5 XL. These are Google’s flagship phones, but they won’t be using flagship processors this year.