Google Pixel 5A phone is coming soon, and the specs are pretty much exposed. It will have a Snapdragon 765G chip and 6GB of ram.
A source at Android Police recently revealed the actual components of the device, so let’s get a first look at the back cover.
As you can see in the image, Google Pixel 5A has a dual camera on the rear, along with a fingerprint reader on the rear and a G logo at the bottom, which is almost identical to the Pixel 4A 5G. Sources said the back of the phone is more “rubber” than “plastic”, so it feels good to hold.
The phone is also equipped with a wavy power key, convenient for users to blind press; With a battery capacity of 4,680 mah, it is the largest in the Pixel series.
According to previous leaks, the Google Pixel 5A phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 765G chip with 6GB of ram.
The phone is also ip67-rated for water and dust and has a headphone jack, though wireless charging is not supported.
Google Pixel 5A phones will only be available in two markets, the US and Japan, due to a lack of affordable mid-range models in those two markets. According to the source, the phone will be priced at $450 and will be released on August 26.