After so many speculations and leaks of the Pixel 4a and Pixel 5, they have been launched. Finally, Google has made it official, highlighting the use of 5G and excellent photographic quality, maintaining a medium-high range
For Pixel 5, we have a more traditional design with a rear fingerprint sensor as well as an aluminum body. For the front, we again have a hole. Fortunately, we have very small frames that will allow us to enjoy your screen.
The Pixel 5 has a 6-inch OLED screen with Full HD + resolution, achieving a refresh rate of 90 Hz. As we mentioned, it has a hole in the upper left to house the selfie camera.
Pixel 5 has a Snapdragon 765G processor, assisted by 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. Android 11 out of the box, of course, promising 3 years of software updates and security patches.
On the camera, we have something for the first time, a new 16 MP ultrawide sensor, which has a 107-degree field of view. Although it is good news in this smartphone, we highlight that Google eliminated the telephoto. On the other hand, the main sensor remains with 12.2 MP.
In addition, all of Google’s photographic technology continues on this device: Night Sight, Super Res Zoom, HDR +, and portrait mode. Speaking of the portrait, Google introduces Light Portrait, a function that, with the help of artificial intelligence, helps improve the lighting in portrait shots, even when the user is against the light.
If you considered that all these improvements were little, you will be happy to know that the well-known IP68 certification also arrives for the Pixel 5 for the first time, so that the device will be waterproof. Now there will be no problems with splashes and rain.
|Screen||6.0″ OLED Full HD|
|Rear Camera||Main: 12.2 MP, f / 1.7
Ultrawide: 16 MP, f / 2.2
|Front Camera||8 MP, 2.0|
18W Fast Charge
|Others||Rear fingerprint sensor
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
Like other Pixel smartphones, the new Pixel 5 will be available only in the classic markets that Google chooses. The new Pixel 5 will initially retail at $699