Google Pixel 5a leaked, doesn't differ much from Pixel 4a 5G


Images of the Google Pixel 5a have surfaced, at least that's what Steve Hemmerstoffer claims. But we can't deny the device does look a lot like the current Pixel 4a 5G.

We know Steve Hemmerstoffer better under his alias @onleaks. He turns CAD drawings of yet-to-be-announced phones into beautiful renders, and that's what happened today with Google's Pixel 5a. Google didn't feel like creating a whole new design so it seems and borrowed one from last year.

Google Pixel 5a renders
Supposedly the future Pixel 5a

The screen measures a presumed 6.2 inches with a punch-hole in the top left corner for the single selfie camera. According to Steve, Google is using an OLED panel with FHD+ resolution. No word yet on the refresh rate, possibly it stays at just 60Hz. There is still a small chin at the bottom of the screen but the screen edges are relatively small.

Pixel 5a specifications

At the back, we also detect few changes. A dual camera with a flash on a square module and with a physical fingerprint scanner near it. The housing on the back is most likely made of plastic. A 3.5mm audio jack and stereo speakers are also present, just like on the Pixel 4a 5G. Possibly, the difference is in the camera sensor, processor and battery size.

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