Google Pixel 5 render reveals square shaped camera module, rear mounted fingerprint scanner and more- Technology News, Firstpost

While Google is expected to unveil its next-generation premium budget Pixel 5 smartphone later in 2020, a new report now already gives enthusiasts the first look at Pixel 5’s design.

Well-known leakster David Kowalski partnered with Pigtou to bring the first CAD renders of the upcoming Pixel 5 smartphone.

The images shared by Kowalski highlight a design that is similar to Pixel 4 this was launched last year.

Google Pixel 4

Kowalski tweeted, “Not the design everyone was expecting but still the first look of #Google #Pixel5 based on leaked CAD drawings. + 4k video + dimensions. Enjoy guys!”

Highlighting the fact that it is a new render, Kowalski added, “p.s. this is not a cancelled Pixel 4a XL.”

According to a report in GSMArena, the front of the Pixel 5 features a single selfie camera, embedded into the display via a punch hole.

The report added that based on CAD data the device will measure 144.6×70.4×8 mm. This is slightly shorter and narrower than the Pixel 4.

The report adds that the device might use a Snapdragon 765 SoC, instead of a full-on flagship Snapdragon 865.

As per a report in Pigtou, the new device has pretty thick and symmetrical black bezels on the front and has rounded edges. The device has a fingerprint sensor is on the back and it has a square module that fits the cameras.

The device uses a USB Type-C port on the bottom of the phone.

The report adds that much like the Pixel 4 and Pixel 5, the device will have aluminium sides and a glass back. The device renders do not highlight any headphone jack.

The report further states that it will have a 5.78-inch OLED display and QHD resolution.

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