The Pixel 6 might be the foremost exciting Google phone to return since the first Pixel in 2016. Before that debuts, however, the Pixel 5a will make its thanks to the market first. There has been some debate about when which will exactly happen, but it seems that the date is simply round the corner. Additionally, to its likely date, sources also contribute a couple of photos of the phone’s components, cementing what we’ve already heard about Google’s next entry-level Pixel.
Compared to the Pixel 6, the Pixel 5a looks almost plain and unexciting. After all, it’s sporting a design that has been around since the Pixel 4 in 2019. That, however, could be what some consumers prefer, a reasonable 5G phone without the hype and gimmicks.
Android Police snagged a couple of photos of components going bent repair stores before the Pixel 5a’s official announcement. They match what we’ve seen thus far, give or take a couple of details that will only be noticed in actual materials. Those included the facility button’s ribbed design also because of the noted rubbery texture of the backplate.
The leak also shows a 4,680 mAh battery that potentially makes it the most important among other Pixel phones thus far. Other expected specs include a Snapdragon 765G, almost like last year’s Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5. counting on the remainder of the specs may make the Pixel 5a a more confusing option in light of these two.
According to the source, the Pixel 5a could be announced on August 17 but won’t reach stores until August 26. The expected tag is around $450, putting it touch below the Pixel 4a 5G.