The Google Pixel 5 is expected to be released on September 30. Although the launch is very close, Google Japan has accidentally released some big details via Twitter. An employee may have thought the phone had already been turned off.
The tweet has already been deleted, but has already been spotted by 9to5Google. The tweet featured partial images of the Pixel 5 from the front, as seen below.
As you can see, the phone has a camera in the form of a perforated hole at the top left. The phone appears to have a full screen design, but the fact that the Pixel 5 is not fully visible in the image is not one hundred percent clear.
The design corresponds to previous leaks and is more like the Pixel 4a than the Pixel 4. The latter has a large border above the screen.
In addition to design, the tweet details that the Google Pixel 5 will support 5G as expected and will cost ¥ 74,800 in Japan. Converted that is about € 608. This will not be the one-for-one price in Europe, but it is not expected to deviate much from it. The previous leaks mentioned above show similar prices. If the price is right, it is at least a lot lower than the Google Pixel 4, which cost € 779 at launch.
Where is the XL variant?
Other than a mention about “professional photography”, the tweet didn’t reveal much more information. There was also no mention of the Google Pixel 5 XL, which could mean that no XL variant exists.
While there are rumors about a Pixel 5 XL, we haven’t heard nearly as much about it as we did about the standard Pixel 5.
Just because it’s not mentioned in the tweet doesn’t necessarily mean the XL version won’t be there, but it tends to be that way. All of this will become clear on September 30 during Google’s planned announcement for the Google Pixel 5.
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