Google Pixel 5 to come loaded with a Snapdragon 765G processor and a 90Hz display

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Google Pixel 5 to come loaded with a Snapdragon 765G processor and a 90Hz display. Pixel 4a 5G

With the launch of the all new Google Pixel 5 coming closer and closer, many rumors have started to come about the device and the features it will pack and the new details reveal quite a lot about the upcoming Google flagship device. According to reports, the new Pixel 5 is set to feature a 90Hz display and is expected to launch next month alongside a 5G model for the previous, Pixel 4a. Released earlier this month, the Pixel 4a is easily one of the best Mid Range devices available in the market when it comes to value for money. The phone also has the best camera in that particular price range. Moreover, a 5G model for the Pixel 4a is set to hit markets next month and it will reportedly feature the slick Snapdragon 765G SoC.

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The Pixel 5 will reportedly feature the same SoC, indicating that the XL variant might be the only flagship in the series. Moving on, the Pixel 5a is rumored to come loaded with a 6-inch OLED display which supports FHD+ resolution and it will reportedly have a 90Hz refresh rate as well. It is still not clear whether or not the Pixel 4a will also support a 90Hz display or will it come with the same screen as the one on the non-5G model released earlier in the year.

At the back of the Pixel 5, housed are two cameras which complete the camera setup for the device, the primary sensor is accompanied by an ultrawide sensor and this is the first time we shall see an ultra wide sensor feature on any pixel device. There is still now news in terms of the battery capability, however, Android Central has claimed that the battery shall be significantly larger than the Pixel 4’s 2800 mAh. It will support wireless charging as well as reverse charging which is always a plus for any smartphone buyer. Google has confirmed that 5G model for the Pixel 4a will set you back about $500, but Google has yet to reveal any pricing details regarding the Pixel 5. 

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