Google is working on a new Pixel series smartphone that will presumably be called Pixel 5a. Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks has now shared a bunch of renders and crucial specifications of the said device. Unfortunately, there is nothing new in terms of the design as the phone strikingly similar to last year's Pixel 4a 5G.
The alleged Pixel 5a renders show the smartphone with a punch-hole display. It has minimal bezels on all sides except for the chin which is relatively bigger. The punch-hole is in the top left corner where you can also see a single selfie camera. The back panel has a minimal design with a square-shaped camera module in the top left, a fingerprint scanner in the center, and the "G" logo at the bottom.
The phone measures 156.2 x 73.2 x 8.8mm but the thickness increases to 9.4mm if the camera bump is included. This makes it slightly taller and thicker than the Pixel 4a and that's the only major difference between the two. The back panel material is speculated to be plastic which is not surprising as the phone will not cost a premium.
23/02/2021 02:16 AM