Google has officially announced that the next generation of Pixels will be the Pixel 5a 5G. The announcement comes in response to some rumors that speculated about the phone being canceled.
In this way, a spokesperson for the company has been tasked with denying the rumors and claiming that the Pixel 5a 5G will be available in the North American and Japanese markets at the end of this year, coinciding with what is happening. moved on with the series last year.
According to leaks that cross the network, although it will be similar in size to Pixel 4a 5G, the new phone will implement a 6.2-inch FHD + panel with dual rear cameras and a headphone jack.
There’s also speculation that the Pixel 5 has Quad HD 1440p resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. It’s all closely tied to how Google performs in terms of power consumption.
Reports suggest that for the first time, the phone will feature a 4,000mAh battery, the largest capacity Google has built in in recent generations. The previous Pixel 4 XL from last year only had 3,700mAh.
It is very likely that Google will take advantage of the celebration of the developer event. Google I / O which will take place between May 18 and May 20, to reveal news about devices, including the proprietary processor known as the Whitechapel built into the Pixel 5a.
In recent years, Google has changed its strategy by launching its terminals, abandoning those considered high-end to compete in the mid-range market with exclusive features offered by its operating system.
This is something we could already see in last year’s Pixel 5, leaving behind experimental Motion Sense technology, replacing its secondary telephoto lens with a more consistent ultra-wide-angle sensor and doubling its battery capacity.
Ultimately, bringing to market a reliable all-terrain device that is a great long-term buy, both in terms of support for Software, because based on granting 5G connectivity now that it is already a reality in a large number of countries.
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