After unveiling the Pixel 6 series earlier this month, Google is now introducing a new mid-range phone, and it’s the Pixel 5A, which isn’t much of an update overall.
Compared to its predecessor, the Pixel 5A has a 6.34-inch screen, up from the Pixel 4A’s 5.8-inch screen, and a battery capacity of 4,680mah, much higher than the previous generation’s 3140mAh.
In addition, the Pixel 5A uses the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chip as the Pixel 5, though it comes with 6GB of ram instead of the Pixel 5’s 8GB, as well as a dual camera module that includes a 16-megapixel wide-angle lens.
Like the Pixel 4A 5G, Pixel 5A also supports 5G communication up to 6GHz, however, unlike the Pixel 4A 5G, the Pixel 5A does not support millimeter-wave 5G connectivity or C-band.
Google Pixel 5A is now available for pre-order in the US and Japan and will hit stores on August 26. It costs $449, or about $3,000.