Just yesterday we reported that Google Pixel 4a has been certified by the FCC in the US, and today we’ve got new news. According to Slashleaks, Google’s first 5G phone, the Pixel 5 XL, is already on the way, with the same shell maker as before.
In the exposed images, Google Pixel 5 XL has a full-length screen with top notch and a narrow border. There is a rounded rectangular opening in the upper left corner of the back of the phone, and it is unclear how many cameras are located. But in terms of Google strategy, it’s more likely to be dual ones.
According to previous reports, Google is likely to drop its high-end flagship line and the Pixel 5 XL will likely be powered by a snapdragon 765G processor. As the Google’s first 5G model, the Pixel 5 XL is expected to launch around October, as is customary. But given the impact of this year’s COVID-19, the release date may be delayed.