The past couple of days have seen a deluge of pixel leaks, and it doesn’t stop there. Well-known smartphone leaker Evan Blass has just deleted the clearest and least watermarked images from Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G). This time we get a clear look at the elusive green variant of the former …
Google Pixel 4a in black
First up we have the Pixel 4a (5G). That phone leaked extensively in pictures from retailer John Lewis today, and Evan shares another look at those pictures. While previous leaks showed the phone from just about every angle, these new pictures give us some new angles, including a direct side shot.
If you didn’t join in, the Pixel 4a (5G) is a slightly improved version of the Pixel 4a with a bigger display, better processor, and a few other improvements. However, most of the things about the phone̵
Google Pixel 5 in green
The star of this latest leak is definitely the green Pixel 5, which we looked at for the first time today alongside the Chromecast with Google TV and the new Nest Audio. This picture only gave us a side shot, however, and it wasn’t exactly the most detailed look as it was placed in a wider shot with the other products.
Now Evan has released four high resolution renders that almost certainly reflect the images that Google released when the phone launched next week. It’s much easier to see all the little details here – including the metallic locking button (which is also a shade of green), the glossy G logo on the back of the device, and a feel for the texture. As we mentioned earlier, it looks like it feels similar to the Pixel 2 in hand.
Google Pixel 5 in black
Evan also went ahead and shared a few more pictures of the Pixel 5 in its standard black variant. As with the green model, we see a metallic black lock button that is new to the Pixel range.
A report by WinFuture this week detailed many of the Pixel 5’s specs: Snapdragon 765G with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, a 6-inch 90Hz display with 432PPI and an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9 as well Gorilla Glass 6 and a second 16MP widescreen. Angle camera with a field of view of 107 degrees.
Be sure to check out our Damien recap that we expect to see at Google’s event next week. Oh, and also check out the leaked sales boxes for the new Chromecast and Nest Audio.
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