Google Pixel 5 renders reveal complete design: punch-hole display, dual cameras, and more

Google Pixel 5 is set to launch later this year and will look similar to the Pixel 4a based on these renders

Highlights
  • Google Pixel 5 renders reveal the complete design of the upcoming phone
  • The Pixel 5 will sport a punch-hole display and square-shaped camera module
  • The smartphone will launch later this year alongside the Pixel 4a 5G

Google Pixel 5 renders have been published by Pricebaba in collaboration with tipster OnLeaks. The high-resolution images show off the complete design of the upcoming Google Pixel 5 smartphone. The company had announced during the launch of the Google Pixel 4a that the Pixel 5 will be arriving later this year. The smartphone will come with 5G support alongside the Pixel 4a 5G.

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As the renders show, Google Pixel 5 will look similar to the Pixel 4a. It will feature a punch-hole display at the front and a square-shaped camera module at the back. The module seems to house dual cameras, an LED flash, and a third unknown sensor. There will also be a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor as Google likes to keep things traditional. The display measures between 5.7 and 5.8 inches. Google Pixel 5 will stick to the unibody design, but it’s unclear whether the company is going with plastic or metal finish. 

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The power button and volume controls will be present on the right side of the frame while the Type-C port and dual speakers will be found at the bottom. The SIM tray will reportedly be moved to the bottom of the left side.

Google Pixel 5 specifications may include a mid-range Snapdragon 765 chipset with 5G support and 6GB RAM. The phone may sport an OLED display with a high refresh rate and a 3,080mAh battery. The Pixel 5 should run Android 11 out of the box going by the launch timeline. The Google Pixel 5 price may be set at USD 699 (approx Rs 52,000), but we cannot confirm this just yet.