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New leaked Google Pixel 5 images confirm 128 GB storage option and symmetrical bezel

The Pixel 5 will come with at least 128 GB of storage. (Image source: XDA Developers)
The Pixel 5 will come with at least 128 GB of storage. (Image source: XDA Developers)
New leaked images of the Pixel 5 have confirmed that at least 128 GB of storage is headed the way of Google's next flagship smartphone. The photos have highlighted the device's symmetrical bezels too, which will make a pleasant change from the Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 series.

It has been a few days since @japonton posted hands-on photos with a prototype of the Pixel 5, but they have now delivered yet more glimpses of the upcoming handset. On the one hand, the new photos provide a better look at the symmetrical bezels of the Pixel 5, which will make a change from the Pixel 3 and Pixel 4 series.

On the other hand, they also show that Google will sell the device with 128 GB of storage. This was to be expected, but it will be interesting to see if 128 GB will be the base level for the Pixel 5, or if the company will continue to offer a 64 GB storage option on its premium smartphones.

Little else can be gleaned from the three photos. However, recent FCC certifications suggest that Google will release mmWave 5G and Sub-6 5G versions of the Pixel 5. The handset is expected to launch with a Snapdragon 765G in a colour that Jon Prosser described as black and green. Google is expected to launch the Pixel 5 at US$699 too, which will be a sharp reduction from the prices it charges for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.

(Image source: @japonton)
(Image source: @japonton)
(Image source: @japonton)
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Alex Alderson, 2020-09-14 (Update: 2020-09-14)
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