PIXEL 5 and PIXEL 4A – Many companies developing smartphones are heading to support the distinctive versions of the fingerprint sensor integrated into the screen,
but the latest leaks have indicated that Google plans to support both the PIXEL 5 and PIXEL 4A phones with a fingerprint sensor on the back.
The research giant has begun preparing to launch new versions of the premium phones PIXEL 5, with its medium version PIXEL 4A,
leaks that came across Onleaks, have revealed that the Pixel 5 series includes both Pixel 5, Pixel 5 XL, and Pixel 5 XL 5G phones.
On leaks also indicated that the PIXEL 5 series comes with triple settings on the back camera, with a fingerprint sensor also on the back.
The leaks also confirmed that the upcoming Pixel 4a medium phone from Google comes with a fingerprint sensor on the back,
unlike the distinctive versions of the Pixel 4 phones that came with three-dimensional facial recognition technology.
On the other hand, some leaks indicated that the Pixel 5 is characterized by measurements of 144.6 by 70.4 by 8 mm, also with the prominent part of the camera,
the phone thickness reaches 9.5 mm, and the phone comes in a size of 5.5 inches in the screen or larger, with frames relatively large design.
Reading between the lines and the codenames, and going off its earlier research 9to5Google suggests that both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 are going to use the same, slightly sub-flagship, 5G-enabled, Snapdragon 765G – not the top-of-the-range Snapdragon 865.
That’s something we were already expecting for the Pixel 5, but not necessarily the Pixel 4a 5G. Presumably the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4a 5G will be different in other ways – the build quality perhaps, or the rear camera setup.
Snapdragon 730 doesn’t support 5G, so the 5G version of the Pixel 4a would need a specs boost
this phone may well be the one we saw some leaked images of recently, initially believing it to be the Pixel 5. Let’s hope Google sets the record straight sooner rather than later. Pixel 5. The design looks a lot like the upcoming Pixel 4a,
featuring a left-mounted cutout for the selfie camera and a square camera housing on the back. Just like the Pixel 4 before it, it looks like we’re going to get two sensors for the rear camera package (likely a primary and telephoto camera).
If you were hoping for Google to jump aboard the three-camera bandwagon this year, we have some bad news. While early leaks had hinted at three cameras for the Pixel 5, it’s now looking like there will only be two. That is fairly disappointing given how so many other companies are using three cameras or more, but this is the strategy Google’s continuing to follow for at least another year.
The two cameras on the Pixel 4 aren’t bad by any means, and in fact, its telephoto camera is one of the best in the business. However, having the flexibility of three sensors certainly would have been great.
One of the more unique features of the Pixel 4 is its Motion Sense gestures. Powered by Google’s Soli radar system, Motion Sense allows you to wave your hand over the Pixel 4 to control music playback, dismiss incoming calls, and snooze alarms. It’s a fun idea and one that had a lot of potentials, but the end result ultimately fell flat.