Google quietly launched the Pixel 5A: larger screen, bigger battery, and cheaper price
Some time ago, Google announced their flagship mobile phone Pixel 6 this year in advance. The highlight is its self-developed SoC, but the new phone will not be officially launched until later this year. So now Google is quietly preparing to sell Pixel 5A 5G. In fact, Google officially announced some information about this new phone before dispelling rumors that they canceled this year’s Pixel A series phones.
They even have many internal configurations the same, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G platform, which does not use Qualcomm’s new 700 series this year. So it is very likely that the next-generation Pixel A series will also switch to Google’s self-developed SoC. As for the memory is still 6GB, the storage is only 128GB. The rear camera is also the same with 12.2 million pixels wide-angle + 16 million pixels ultra-wide-angle, and even the new machine has reduced the laser focus.
In other respects, the new machine certainly supports 5G, but there is no such thing as mmWave. Google also lowered the price of Pixel 5A to $449 (with an 18W charger). Users in the United States and Japan can buy it on August 26.