The Pixel 5, Google’s next-generation phone flagship, won’t be available until mid-October, but we’ve seen the first renderings of the Pixel 5 prototype before, and now the first alleged photo of the Pixel 5 prototype has been released.
The phone is said to have three cameras on the back, suggesting that Google also thinks it’s a good thing to have more cameras on the phone. The leaked spy photos also show that the rear camera module design is relatively primitive, in the aesthetics of the controversy.
So the Pixel 5 doesn’t look as good as the recently released Galaxy S20 or iPhone 11. That’s because Google retains a 3D face recognition front-facing camera and a Soli radar chip in the top frame in the Pixel 5. The latest news is that the Pixel 5 screen will be even higher due to the reduction in the size of the top frame. But the 2020 phone will still have a fairly large top border. The top frame is shown in the spy photos released by SlashLeaks.
The information displayed on the Pixel 5 spy screen is not enough to recognize its authenticity, but the only information obtained from the photo is that it supports the face unlock function, and the spy code section also suggests that the Pixel 5 phone edge may have a lot of functionality.