Google Pixel 5 was seen on AI Benchmark with Snapdragon 765 G
Google provided sparse descriptions of its forthcoming Pixel 5 during the Pixel 4a launch case and only announced its consumer availability alongside a side profile image. Even before that, though, there was talk that the phone will be operated by a Snapdragon 765 G chipset, and now we get more evidence as we saw on AI Benchmark with the same SoC.
We can also see the phone coming with 8 GB of RAM and booting the Android 11 that's yet to be released. Past reports have disclosed that Pixel 5 will come with reverse wireless charging and is anticipated to be priced in the $700 region. There is also talk of an XL platform that will carry the name of the application "bramble." In terms of hardware, the Pixel 5-series is anticipated to have a punch-hole cutout panel and a dual-camera configuration on the rear.
Pixel 5 and 4a 5 G will be accessible in the United States, Canada , the United Kingdom, Ireland, France , Germany , Japan, Taiwan and Australia. Google said it'll reveal further information over the coming months, but with the company's previous track record, we 're expecting to see a number more leaks ahead of the official details.