https://gadgetzona.net/2020/02/filtracion-primer-render-pixel-5-google/: An image of possible Google Pixel 5 render has recently emerged. The image obtained exclusively by YouTuber FrontPageTech. Although it still does not appear to be its final design, it shows strange design for configuration of triple rear camera, which we liked. We leave your video below, and you can tell us what you think in comments.

We cannot confirm that this will be the final design for the cameras, but let us remember that the Pixel 4 was harshly criticized regarding its rear physical design since it resembles the iPhone 11 for many, causing it to lose its essence at the time. This camera design remains in the final configuration. In that case, we will not doubt that Google could stand out with the design of the Pixel 5 in 2020 and that it would overshadow one of the outstanding defects of its predecessor. Google had habituated us.

What does the Pixel 5 look like?

What does the Pixel 5 look like?

On July 6, the folks at Pigtou gave us our first render of the Pixel 5. The design resembles the upcoming Pixel 4a, with left-mounted cutout for the selfie camera and a square camera housing on the back. Like the Pixel 4 before it, we’re getting two sensors for the rear camera package (likely a primary camera and a telephoto camera).

  • On February 14, tipster Jon Prosser shared the image of what he reported was a prototype of the Pixel 5 XL. However, as time passes, it seem Google will not have XL model this year.
  • On July 10, 9to5Google reported  Google’s 2020 launch strategy consist of Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and Pixel 5. Even more interesting, Pixel 4a 5G is expected to have same Snapdragon 765G processor as the Pixel 5.
  • If you were hoping Google would jump on three-camera bandwagon this year, we’ve got some bad news. Early leak suggested three cameras for the Pixel 5; now, there will only be two. That isn’t very reassuring, given that many other companies are using three cameras or more, but this is the strategy Google will continue for at least another year.
  • The Pixel 4’s two cameras aren’t bad by any means, and its telephoto camera is one of the best in business. However, having the flexibility of three sensors would undoubtedly have been great.
  • I guess there’s always the Pixel 6.

How much will Pixel 5 cost?

How much will Pixel 5 cost_

As for pricing, this is another area where Google has remained consistent. Pixel phones are never cheap, as evidence by following retail prices:

  • Pixel: USD 649
  • Pixel 2: $649
  • Pixel 3: $799
  • Pixel 4: $799

Based on the Pixel line’s limited history, those numbers suggest we’re in for another price increase: potentially $849, $899, or staying at $799 for another year. However, we might be pleasantly surprised when the price is lower than the previous version this year.

Pixel 5 is rumor to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor instead of flagship 865 in Galaxy S20. It should make Pixel 5 cost little cheaper than that phone, although the details are still unclear.

A first render of the Pixel 5 leaked with strange rear design

A first render of the Pixel 5 leaked with strange rear design

Sizeable mobile phone companies try to ensure that no information about their upcoming mobile devices comes to light. However, it is no longer surprising that accurate renders and photographs of these devices are constantly leaking, such as in the case of the future Google Pixel 5.

As we remember, the Google Pixel 4 was one of the most leaked devices of last year, knowing even its final production design and all its technical specifications. It was surprising when Google presented it in October last year.

The best features of the Pixel 4 could integrated into Google Chrome

One of the most exciting and unique features of Pixel 4 was Live Caption. During last year’s Google I/O, Live Caption officially introduced, allowing those who are deaf or have other hearing enhancement to see transcripts or subtitle on screen in real-time.

Google is working with Live Caption to leap from working on smartphones to working on computers. According to a “commit” published in the Chromium Gerrit, they are explicitly considering integrating this feature with Google Chrome.

Chrome renames live caption as SODA

According to the commit, the Live Caption addition has been renamed SODA (the Speech On-Device API). It is crucial part of the Chrome team. This feature’s model, which stored on the device, allows you to observe language processing while playing multimedia content in real time.

Although this feature was initially release solely and exclusively for Pixel 4, it is also now available for Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a device. With this feature integrated into Google Chrome, it is very accurate to say that Google has plan to exploit and expand Live Caption.

We must also mention that this news comes after it confirmed that the Galaxy S20 will be the first non-Pixel device to support this feature. Since Chrome is one of the most used browsers across the planet, this feature will be very welcome for those with hearing disabilities. However, although it is still in development phase, we will have to wait little longer to try it ourselves.

Google Pixel 5: Release date, specification and rumor

Google Pixel 5_ Release date, specification and rumor

If there’s one way to describe Pixel 4, it would be “frustrating.” Google made lot of smart moves with phone, particularly its phenomenal cameras and ultra-fast face unlock. Still, inexplicably poor battery life kept it from being an easy recommendation.

Using Pixel 4 is terrific, but there’s no way around compromises required to use it as a daily driver. All Pixel 5 needs to be great is give us the same Pixel 4 experience, use reasonably-sized battery, and add ultra-wide camera.

That’s what’s happening? Everything we know so far about Google Pixel 5!

When it Released?

Google held an event in early or mid-October to unveil its latest Pixel phones formally. It started with the first Pixel in 2016 and is now every year. Unless something changes drastically, we expect that pattern to continue this year.

To give you some context, here are the exact dates of all of Pixel’s past events:

  • Pixel, October 4, 2016
  • Pixel 2: October 4, 2017
  • 3 Pixel : October 9, 2018
  • Pixel 4: October 15, 2019

Pixel 4 and Pixel 3 announce at press event in New York City, and Pixel 2 and Pixel 3 were unveiled in San Francisco. Given the current global pandemic, Google is unlikely to hold physical launch event, so we can probably expect practical event similar to what Apple shows off for its WWDC 2020 keynote.

Conclusion

However, it is no longer surprising that accurate renders and photographs of these devices are constantly leaking, such as in the case of the future Google Pixel 5.

As we remember, the Google Pixel 4 was one of the most leaked devices of last year, knowing even its final production design and all its technical specifications. It was surprising when Google presented it in October last year.

Although there is still a long way to go to see more of the design of the Google Pixel 5, rumors and leaks will continue to reach us over the months, and it seems that Google wants to retake risk with an original and distinctive design. We can only wait until October to confirm the final design of the Google Pixel 5.