Pixel 5 spotted on AI benchmark with Snapdragon chipset

Google has recently launched the Pixel 4a, and there have been a lot of pre-orders for the same. However, as soon as the phone was revealed on August 3, the company decided to reveal that its upcoming Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) will soon be available. Soon after this, a lot of details and information started coming out for the handset. As per the recent details, Google Pixel 5 was spotted on the AI benchmark, where it is said to have Snapdragon 765G chipset. It is also expected that the phone will come with 8G RAM on board and will have the latest Android 11, that is yet to be released on Android phone yet.

Android 11 is currently in its last beta stage, after which it will be released in Google handsets. Meanwhile, the other details about Pixel 5 reveal that the phone could have reverse wireless charging and could cost somewhere close to $700. Google is also expected to launch another variant of the Pixel 5 smartphones, which will be the XL model, with a bigger screen, battery life, and might host a better chipset as well. Pixel 5 is expected to have a dual-camera setup on the rear and a punch-hole camera at the front.

Google has already made it clear that the new Pixel 5 and 4a 5G will only be available in countries like the US, the UK, Canada, Taiwan, Japan, Germany, Ireland, France and Australia. The phone will be made available to other countries in the coming months. It is expected that more leaks would come out before the final launch of the phone and will reveal a lot more details, not only about the Pixel 5 but also about the large XL model. They are also expecting Google to roll out a lite version of Pixel 5 in the future.

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