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This could be our best look yet at the Google Pixel 5
- Renders of the Google Pixel 5 have leaked.
- They show a phone with a punch-hole screen and dual cameras.
As per the leak, the Google Pixel 5 features a flat display with a punch hole on the top left corner. There’s a square camera module at the back with a dual-sensor setup. There’s also a physical fingerprint sensor just below the primary camera array. We wonder if the Pixel 5 will also feature face unlock as the Pixel 4 did, or if its biometric security is limited to the capacitive fingerprint sensor at the back. Anyhow, the overall look of the phone is very similar to the Pixel 4a except for that extra camera at the back.
Elsewhere, the glossy power button and volume rocker are placed on the right edge of the phone, while the SIM tray has a new position near the bottom of the left side. There are dual speakers and a USB C port at the bottom of the phone.
Apart from leaking the renders, OnLeaks and Pricebaba have also revealed a few hardware details of the Pixel 5. The screen of the phone is said to measure somewhere between 5.7-inches and 5.8-inches. Its dimensions are 144.7 x 70.4 x 8.1mm which are also pretty similar to the Pixel 4a.
Besides this, the leak doesn’t reveal any more details about the Google Pixel 5, although we’ve got a trove of rumors for you to go through right here. Meanwhile, you can check out 360-degree renders of the phone in the video embedded above.