The Google Pixel 5 It’s expected to land on Sept.30, so we’re now very close to launch. But a Google Japan Twitter account apparently thinks the phone has already launched, briefly posting some key details.
The tweet was deleted but not before he discovered it 9to5GoogleIt included partial images of the Pixel 5 from the front, the clearest of which can be seen below.
As you can see, the phone has a perforated camera in the upper-left corner of the screen, and what appears to be a full-screen design, although we cannot see the lower edge, we cannot be sure that there is no chin there.
Regardless of the design, the tweet mentioned that the Google Pixel 5 supports 5G (as expected) and costs 74,800. That’s around $ 710 / £ 555 / AU $ 1,010, and while the price conversion is not likely to be very accurate, this is also significantly less than the Google Pixel 4 launch price (around $ 855 / £ 665/1, $ 210). Japan.
Leaks have consistently suggested the Pixel 5 It will cost less than the previous one This confirms this to a large extent.
Where is the XL?
Aside from the reference to “professional photography,” the tweet did not reveal anything else, but noticeably the Google Pixel 5 XL was not mentioned, which could mean the absence of such a phone.
While there have been rumors about the Pixel 5 XL, we haven’t heard of it anywhere close to the standard Google Pixel 5, so there was some question about whether or not such a phone would ever be launched.
Failure to mention it here does not necessarily mean that it will not come, but it is another sign that points in this direction. We’ll know for sure soon, TechRadar will fully cover Google’s September 30th ad, so check back in for the full details of everything that has been revealed.
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