As far as a Google Pixel 5 release date goes, every flagship Pixel has landed in October, so it’s reasonable to expect the Google Pixel 5 to land in early or mid-October 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on release scheduling, though, so that might not happen this year. For example, the Google Pixel 4a release schedule was drastically altered by the pandemic.
Google Pixel 5 smartphone has a OLED display. The screen has a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and 414 ppi pixel density. It has an aspect ratio of 19:9 and screen-to-body ratio of . On camera front, the buyers get a 13 MP Primary Camera and on the rear, there’s an 16 MP + 16 MP camera with features like Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus. It is backed by a 3500 mAh battery. Connectivity features in the smartphone include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, Volte, NFC and more. Pixel 5 will come with the Full HD+ display whereas the 5 XL will come with a Quad HD+ OLED display panel. There is cutting edge project Soli that enables you to use gestures to dismiss calls or swipe photos and a lot more. Another big update is the IR face camera like the iPhone Xs Face ID for secure unlocking.
Google Pixel 5 runs Android,10 and features a 1080 x 2160 pixels 6.5 inches display and a Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor paired with and 128GB native storage capacity. The Google Pixel 5 boasts of a MP main snapper at its rear . There is a Non-removable Li-Ion mAh battery powering the phone with support for USB. The Pixel 5 is shaping up to be the first phone from Google with three rear cameras. Last year’s Pixel 4 was the first phone to offer two cameras, including a primary and telephoto sensor. Google was pretty adamant last year about deliberately choosing a telephoto camera for the Pixel 4 over an ultra-wide one, arguing that telephoto is more important.
However, this wouldn’t be the first time Google has backed down on a certain feature or design choice year-to-year. When the original Pixel was released in 2016, the promotional video made a big deal about the phone having a 3.5mm headphone jack — something Apple had gotten rid of on the iPhone 7 just one month earlier. Fast forward to the Pixel 2 a year later, and the headphone jack was gone. Using the Pixel 4 is a wonderful thing, but there’s no getting around the compromises required to use it as a daily driver. With that in mind, it’s no surprise we’re anxious to see what Google does with its successor. All the Pixel 5 needs to do in order to be a great phone is to give us the same Pixel 4 experience, use a reasonably-sized battery, and add an ultra-wide camera.