Google Pixel 5a components leak, launch 17 August

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(Pocket-lint) - Google's Pixel 5a 5G is reported to beryllium the company's adjacent phone, up of the confirmed Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, expected successful October.

There person been a fig of leaks surrounding the Pixel 5a 5G, though the astir caller suggests a motorboat day of 17 August and confirms erstwhile plan rumours.

A source of Android Police shared immoderate constituent images of the Pixel 5a, claimed to person been sent retired to repair shops up of the evident imminent launch. The images enactment leaked renders of the mid-range Pixel device, showing a plan akin to the Pixel 5 with a quadrate camera lodging successful the apical near country and carnal fingerprint sensor.

There appears to beryllium a ribbed powerfulness fastener - which looks similar the astir notable quality - and there's a abstraction for the headphone jack. The images besides enactment the rumour of a 4680mAh battery, which would beryllium the largest artillery truthful acold successful a Pixel device.

According to Android Police's source, the Pixel 5a 5G has a somewhat much rubber decorativeness than erstwhile Pixel devices and it volition motorboat connected 17 August.

Previous reports person claimed the Pixel 5a 5G volition beryllium disposable from 26 August successful the US and Japan. It is said to tally connected the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. The rear camera is said to beryllium the aforesaid arsenic the Pixel 5 and the surface is said to beryllium a 6.4-inch Full HD+ show with a punch spread camera successful the apical near corner.

For now, thing is authoritative but 17 August is precise soon truthful if this rumour is true, we volition find retired soon enough.

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