Google’s Japan Twitter account uploaded information on the Pixel 5, in the form of a pre-order price announcement for smartphones by the American tech giant. However, the upload was reportedly not perched long on Google Japan’s Twitter profile page.
Quote by 9to5Google, this upload embeds a link that if clicked will direct the user to the Google Store page. However, this page does not display any description, although it is believed to be a page that Google prepared to support the Pixel 5 pre-order program.
One of the things that caught the attention of Twitter users was the embedding of information on the pixel 5’s selling price for the Japanese market, amounting to JPY74,800. In addition to pricing, the page also features claims of 5G network support, professional-level photography and the best specifications on this smartphone.
For information, a leak circulated suggesting that the Google Pixel 5 will officially launch on September 30, through an event called Launch Night In. Other rumors circulating also suggest the pre-order program will begin to be held on the same date.
Meanwhile, other rumors circulated that the Google Pixel 5 would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 756G chipset, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory and a 6-inch OLED display and a 90Hz refresh rate.
The phone is also rumoured to be powered by a dual-lens camera, consisting of a 12.2MP main sensor and a 16MP wide-angle lens. For batteries, this smartphone is called will be powered by a battery with a capacity of 4,080 mAh.
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