September 28, 2020

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Google Pixel 5 Leaked Specs Reveal Snapdragon 765G, 90Hz Display, Wide-Angle Camera, and 8GB RAM

Here comes the new and latest model of Google’s smartphone, Pixel 5.The new model has come with the features having 6-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Yet another fact is that the Pixel 5 is expected to have an edge-to-edge display with minimal bezels on the top and bottom, but rather its display size comes right in between that of Pixel 4 XL’s 6.3” and Pixel 4’s 5.7” display.

The all-new feature of having a dual-camera setup just like Pixel 4, but instead of a simple and secondary telephoto camera. And it has been predicted that the secondary camera will be a wide-angle lens.

The refresh rate of Google Pixel 5 will be just like Pixel 4’s refresh rate i.e. 90Hz. And yet it’s unlikely that Google is packaging in Samsung’s advanced variable refresh rate OLED display with an LTPO Backplane. In 2018, the company did an experiment with the secondary wide-angle selfie camera on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL. After that, Pixel 5 is the first one of the Pixel series smartphones to include a wide-angle camera on the rear.

But till now, it’s not sure if the resolution will be QHD like the larger XL models or FHD like the smaller non-XL models in the past.

It is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor internally in Pixel 5, as we all had expected, but earlier, we could not confirm it. Having 1+1+6 configuration of octa-core CPU in the Snapdragon 765G, it will comprise of 1 ARM Cortex-A76 CPU core clocked at up to 2.4 GHz. It will also have 6 ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores clocked at up to 1.8GHz and 1 ARM Cortex-A76 CPU core clocked at up to 2.2GHz.

It has also been found that Google Pixel 5 will come with 8GB of RAM, which is more than the RAM of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4a i.e. 6GB.

On the standard Snapdragon 765, the GPU is an over-clocked version of Qualcomm’s Adreno 620. Wireless charging will also be supported by Pixel 5.

 Earlier, Google Pixel phones used to feature only 4GB of RAM in Pixel 4, a move that landed the company in hot water when memory management issues emerged on the Pixel 3.