Well, Google is by a huge margin the worst company when it comes to keeping its unreleased devices a secret. It happens since the earliest ...
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The Pixel 5 shows up in a family photo with Google's other 2020 devices.
Google’s Pixel 4a 5G will offer faster connectivity in a familiar phone, and now we know just how familiar to expect it to be. Set to be officially unveiled at Google’s “Launch Night In” on September 30 – alongside the Pixel 5, a new Chromecast, a smart speaker, and more – the Pixel 4a 5G could well end up being … Continue reading
Google has scheduled an event at the end of the month but, by the time it rolls around, everyone may already know everything it has to say. From the Pixel 5 to the pillow-like new Nest speaker, Google’s hardware line up has been leaking left and right. While there’s still room for some of the finer details, these pair of … Continue reading
Google's mid-range 5G phone is edging closer to its official launch.
The images show a similar looking device to the Pixel 4A, but there’s a 5G logo in the status bar. | Image: John Lewis
UK retailer John Lewis has accidentally posted images of Google’s Pixel 4A 5G a little early, giving us a detailed look at the new mid-range phone’s design. The images, fist spotted by 9to5Google, are accidentally on display on the retailer’s Pixel 4A 4G LTE listing, where they show a 5G logo in the phone’s status bar and a rear camera layout that doesn’t match the Pixel 4A’s. The images confirm several of the Pixel 4A 5G specs that leaked yesterday, including a second rear camera and the headphone jack that carries over from the Pixel 4A.
The Pixel 4A 5G is one of the two phones Google pre-announced for this fall, the other one being the Pixel 5. Recent leaks for the two devices claim the Pixel 4A 5G’s specs will position it somewhere...
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A couple of weeks ago, Google unveiled its 2020 mid-range in the form of Pixel 4a. We have to say that the device took more ...
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Today the Google Pixel 4a 5G was revealed in an unofficial capacity in a manner similar to Tuesday’s leak of the Pixel 5. This device may seem like a traditional bump from one iteration of a phone to a (5G) version – but it’s not as simple as all that. Instead, we’re getting a similar name, basically the same software, … Continue reading
Just yesterday, WinFuture shared leaked specs for the Pixel 5, which reportedly has a a Snapdragon 765G CPU, a six-inch 2340 x 1080 OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a 4,080mAh battery, and more. Today, WinFuture is back with another set of leaks, this time revealing potential specs for the upcoming Pixel 4A 5G, and there will apparently be a lot of similarities between the two devices.
For one thing, the Pixel 4A 5G’s resolution is supposed to be the same as the Pixel 5’s, at 2340 x 1080 pixels, but on a larger 6.2-inch screen (which is also larger than the Pixel 4A’s 5.8-inch screen). And both phones are rumored to have the Snapdragon 765G, a dual-camera system with a 12.2MP main lens and a 16MP...
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We already know the Pixel 5 (and 4A 5G) will be revealed on September 30, but that isn’t stopping the leak machine. According to images posted by WinFuture, the upcoming Pixel 5 will feature a design that looks a whole lot like a blown up Pixel 4A. Behold: WinFuture’s report also reveals or corroborates a myriad of specs and other details. It reiterates reports that the device will come with a Snapdragon 765G, which would technically make the Pixel 5 slower than the Pixel 4. Although if it’s anything like the OnePlus Nord, that should be more than enough performance… This story continues at The Next Web
Expect the Pixel 5, Nest Audio, and a merger of Android TV and Chromecast.