What You Should Know Before You Buy the Pixel 5 Smartphone


If you’re looking to buy a new Android phone, you could consider picking up the Google Pixel 5. The company is reputable for producing high-quality Android phones and here’s what you need to know if you must buy this smartphone.

The first thing is that Google only produces high-end smartphones near the end of each year. They seem to follow a ritual of upgrading their devices annually. The latest update is usually the biggest available smartphone from the company and this year that happens to be the Pixel 5. The phone packs a lot of powerful features up to the point that it is expensive.

Some of the areas where the phone wins are the processor, the four cameras at the rear, and good battery life. However, the most talked-about aspect is the price of the phone which is $700. There are no variants, so there is nothing like a variety of prices. The storage capacity is 128 GB. If we compare what the phone came with, in features, it is a somewhat ‘cheap’ device because its competitors sell for like a thousand dollars.

The company must have made room for the lowering of price. This we can see when we examine the specs and features of the phone. Let’s take a quick look at those:

Check out the display. It comes as a 6 inches phone, with 1080 x 2340 Full HD OLED display. It brags a 90 Hz refresh rate. That part of the features Gorilla Glass 6, which is a hot cake right now.

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Pixel 5 003

That’s an impressive Android 11. Count on this for a very fast operating system.

As mentioned above, there are four to the rear of the phone. The cameras are ultra-wide instead of tele technology.

8-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G and it’s a 5G chipset.

It is a 4080 mAh battery with fast and wireless charging. It also has 5w reverse wireless charging.

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It is a 5G IP68 dust and water-resistant phone, with Titan M security, rear fingerprint scanner. The phone is a whole lot better at the battery features than its predecessor and its refresh rate is spicier than that of iPhone 12.

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