Google Pixel 5 now is equipped with most of the features which users were asking for. (Yes! including the lens which you have wanted for so long Pixel lovers! <3)
Google Pixel 5 Specifications
90Hz refresh rate
19.5:9 aspect ratio
Gorilla Glass 6
|Operating System||Android 11|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G|
|Rear Camera 1||12.2MP primary camera|
|Rear Camera 2||16MP ultra-wide camera|
|Memory||8GB of RAM|
|Charging||18W wired charging|
15W wireless charging
5W reverse wireless charging
Google Pixel 5 Cameras
The primary camera is the exact same 12.2MP sensor that we’ve had for years, but on the Pixel 5, it’s joined by a 16MP ultra-wide camera. This is the first time any Pixel phone has shipped with an ultra-wide lens, and the telephoto one that was introduced on the Pixel 4 is nowhere to be seen.
Google made a big deal last year about how telephoto was more important than ultra-wide, so it’s a bit funny to see the company correcting course one generation later. The telephoto camera on the Pixel 4 was very good, but the switch to ultra-wide is one we’re excited to see.
Google Pixel 5 Pricing
Like you can read the titile of this post,this year Google has left the race or the war of the best flaghsip and is now eyeing towards the semi-flagship pricing range.
The Pixel 5 starts at $699 and the Pixel 4a 5G starts at $499. Meanwhile, the Pixel 4a that launched earlier this year costs $399.Those lower prices do come with some sacrifices.
Both Pixel phones have less powerful processors and displays than the top devices from Samsung and Apple, and the Pixel 4a 5G is not waterproof, though the Pixel 5 is.
Japan will be the first country to get the Pixel 4a 5G on October 15, with the phone set to launch in eight other countries, including the United States, in November. The Pixel 5 will launch in eight countries on October 15 and in the United States on October 29.