The last few days have brought a stream of Pixel leaks and they still don’t stop. The famous smartphone Evan Blass has just released the clearest and least watermarked images of Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) so far and this time we get a clear view of the elusive green version of the previous
Google Pixel 4a in black
First, we have the Pixel 4a (5G). This phone leaked much earlier today in images from merchant John Lewis, and Evan shares a further look at those images. While previous leaks have shown the phone from almost every angle, these new images give us several new angles, including a direct side shot.
If you haven’t followed, the Pixel 4a (5G) is set to be a slightly upgraded version of the Pixel 4a, with a bigger display, a better processor and a few other tweaks. However, most things for the external makeup of the phone are essentially the same as 4a.
Google Pixel 5 in green
The star of this latest leak is definitely the green Pixel 5, which we first saw earlier today along with Chromecast with Google TV and the new Nest Audio. However, this image gave us only a side shot and was not exactly the most detailed look, given its placement in a wider shot with the other products.
Evan has now shared four high-resolution renderings that will almost certainly reflect the images Google shares when it launches next week. It̵
Google Pixel 5 in black
Evan also continued and shared a few more images of the Pixel 5 in its standard black version. Like the green model, we can see a metal black lock button, which is new to the Pixel range.
A report from WinFuture this week details many of the Pixel 5’s specifications: Snapdragon 765G with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, 6-inch 90Hz display at 43.5PPI with 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and Gorilla Glass 6 and a second 16MP wide-angle camera which has a 107-degree FOV.
Be sure to check out our Damien review for everything we expect to see at Google’s event next week. Oh, and see leaked retail boxes for the new Chromecast and Nest Audio.
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