Google Pixel 5 Rendering Exposure Continues Pixel 4 Series Design Style

Based on a leaked CAD sketch, Pigtou shared a 3D rendering of the legendary Google Pixel 5 smartphone on YouTube. It continues some of the established elements of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4a series, with some changes in detail. For example, the front of the body looks similar to the Pixel 4a, but the back changes more.

Google Pixel 5 Rendering Exposure Continues Pixel 4 Series Design Style

In terms of size, Google’s new flagship is about 144.6 x 70.4 x 8 mm in length and height (9.5 mm of bulge for the rear camera), the equivalent of Apple’s iPhone XS.

First look of Google Pixel 5 (via)

Dual speaker openings and USB Type-C ports are visible at the bottom of the body for a good audio experience. Unfortunately, you don’t see the 3.5mm headphone jack, which means Google has no plans to re-enable it on its flagship product.

Google Pixel 5 Rendering Exposure Continues Pixel 4 Series Design Style

On the screen, the Pixel 5 is said to feature an OLED screen with a 5.78-inch- and QHD-plus resolution. On the processor side, it may use the Qualcomm SnapDragon 765G chipset unless otherwise planned in the future.

Google Pixel 5 Rendering Exposure Continues Pixel 4 Series Design Style

A pixel 4a-like punch front can be seen in the upper left corner of the screen, and the layout of the rear dual-camera-flash is similar to that of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, confirming that the Pixel 5 does not come with the Motion Sense of Pixel 4 feature.

Google Pixel 5 Rendering Exposure Continues Pixel 4 Series Design Style

But an earlier leaked design report suggested that the Pixel 5 was still expected to be upgraded to a rear-mounted triple. It remains to be seen what Google will ultimately choose.