Leaked Image Of Google Pixel 5 Shows It in Green

Google Pixel 5

Leaked images of Google Pixel 5 highlights it in a relatively new color- green. But, fortunately, you don’t have to wait until the end of the month to see what the actual phone looks like, in addition to the color black. According to WinFuture, Google Pixel 5’s configuration has already been leaked- a bare image displaying the all-plastic back, and the real fingerprint sensor visible. And as far as rumors go, the details are spot on. Also, with Google getting leaked routinely, it doesn’t exactly come as a surprise that the Nest Audio Smart Speaker and the new Chromecast of Google have already been leaked. Since both of the products have been spotted at stores across the country, we can be assured that their release is not too far from now. 

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Features of the new Google Pixel 5

The images themselves should be pretty clear as to what Google is going to serve us this time. With September 30th looming, it would be a good idea to educate yourself of the myriad features that Google offers, so as to not get confused later. Google Pixel 5 is Google’s flagship phone- and according to rumors, boasts of an OLED screen which is 6 inches, also has a Snapdragon 765G processor which is ready for 5G and a RAM of 8GB. The phone also comes armed with 128 GB of internal storage- a battery of 4,080mAh, waterproofing up to IP68, and USB C- fast charging. 

Exhibits Along with the Google Pixel 5

Pixel 4A 5G will accompany the Google Pixel 5 in this flagship event. The Pixel 4A 5G is simply the higher-end version of the Pixel 4A. One of the most interesting exhibits would be the new Chromecast, which has been rumored to contain a remote- and will also display the new Google interface rather than simply being yet another conduit between Phone and TV. 

Relax, none of us have to wait till that long to see what Google has in store for us. Remember the date- 30th of September. There will definitely be a very in-depth discussion of the exhibits, as well as the features they highlight. Stay tuned for the Google Pixel 5, which is sure to be the star of the show.