It was just yesterday that we talked about the Pixel 5. We found out that the device would have a whole new Sorta Saige colour. This would be a green hue embezzled with tiny specks of green. We also found, from Roland Quandt’s post that the device would be wrapped up in 100% recyclable aluminium. This obviously put the question in the air: will the device support wireless charging or not? Now, we get a tweet from Jon Prosser, someone known for authentic leaks here and there.
Now, the tweet reads that he put up a leak of the Pixel 5. This device has currently been seen in 3D renders. Some photos of the devices did surface but these were low-quality images that really did not give the full picture. Now, in Jon’s tweet, we actually see the entire thing. Straight from the front, we can see that the device resembles the Pixel 4a. The thin bezels and the lack of a proper chin or notch is a good sign as it gives a rather minimalist approach.
On the back of the device, as predicted by Roland, there is no glass visible but according to him, there may be a panel etched somewhere there which would serve for the wireless charging. Lastly, the fingerprint sensor is on the back. According to the rumours, the company is resorting to the simpler phone unlocking method which is the fingerprint itself. Perhaps we know everything about the device now and Jon, in the same thread, claims that he has full information on the device and we may see him disclose it in the coming days, before the event tomorrow.