Google Pixel 5 Renders Show A Capacitive Fingerprint Reader, a Big Notch-less Display

fffffffffffffIt hasn’t been long since the Pixel 4a saw daylight and people are already commenting on how good the device is. Truth be told, Google hasn’t really, besides the camera, done much with its phones. It is true that the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 3 before it did bring good things to the table but with a higher price tag and so many compromises. Now, the people await the upcoming Pixel 5, about which we have heard so many things.

According to a recent article from the Android Police, renders of the upcoming device from Google have surfaced. The article shares a 360-degree view from the designers at OnLeaks shows how the device looks like. We can see that the device reminds us a lot of the Pixel 4a, not to mention, it does hold that traditional Pixel look to it.

Google Pixel 5 Expected Specs

According to the article, the phone’s dimensions would be as follows: 144.7 x 70.4 x 8.1 mm. Additionally, there would be a square bump on the back, housing all the cameras. Not to mention, the render shows a return to the traditional fingerprint reader on the back, just like the Pixel 4a. On the front, we can see that there are no notches to be seen. Does this mean that there will be no sensors? Possibly. Does it mean that we would miss them? We highly doubt that. The display may be one of the biggest displays ever on a phone fro Google which may be a plus for it.

Now, what matters the most is the battery. Would Google outfit it with a good enough battery since Pixel devices have always suffered from sub-par battery life. We may see the base models to be at 128GB of storage space and Google may announce the device on the October 8th.

Sarmad Burki
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