Google was determined to repair its mistakes done while creating the Pixel 4 smartphone released last year. Although the gadget was seen as a failure for many users due to its low battery life, unproductive update system, small display, and more, its successor, known as the Pixel 5, is ready to save the day.
Although the official launch for Google’s 2020 flagship phone is scheduled for October 15, the pre-orders are already completely ‘out of stock’ on Google’s official online Store in the markets of UK, Germany, and Ireland.
Pixel 5 is equipped with 5G connectivity
Google’s Pixel 5 smartphone is equipped with the necessary trend from 2020: the 5G connectivity. There’s also a dual-camera on the rear of the device: a 12.2MP wide sensor along with a 16MP ultrawide lens. The 4K video recording capability is also there, and the single selfie camera of 8MP shouldn’t also be overlooked. But the good news continues, as the gadget also packs a 6-inch OLED display, 8GB of RAM, and 4080 mAh for the battery’s capacity. Last but not least, we have to mention the Snapdragon 765G processor, meaning one of Qualcomm’s best chipsets. The company says:
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 765G mobile platform unites 5G and AI to power select premium experiences for gamers across the globe, including 5G gaming at multi-gigabit speeds and select Qualcomm® Snapdragon Elite Gaming™ features and support for all-day battery life.
Google Pixel 5 will be running on the Android 11 operating system out of the box, and there’s just one storage option: the one with 128GB. There’s no card slot included, but the internal memory should be enough for a 2020 gadget.
Those who are willing to get their hands on Google’s new smartphone will have to pay ¥74,800 if he wants to buy it from Japan. That means the equivalent to $708.