As you know that Google earlier stated that its mid-range Pixel 5A 5G would arrive later this year. Now, there is a new report which suggests the smartphone is likely arriving very soon.
Google earlier stated that its mid-range Pixel 5A 5G arrives later this year and hence now a new report suggests that the smartphone likely is arriving very soon.
FCC database spots the Google Pixel 5A phone
The Verge now reports having Google Pixel 5A 5G spotted in the FCC’s database, did make a suggestion that its release is not far away.
Android Police, first saw the two listings that reports none specifically mentions the “Pixel 5A” name, but as you know at least one (GR0M2) line of three model numbers requires about the barely-announced phone with previous reports.
Android Police does speculate that one of these models (G1F8F) version of the phone is to be released in the US based on the wireless frequency band, but it reports that this version does not offer any support for mm-Wave 5G networks.
In the contrast, the Pixel 4A 5G do make it a point in offering mm-Wave support which is used with a compatible carrier. The other two models could be an international version of the phone.
This might be the specifications of Pixel 5A
The Pixel 5A reportedly will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor. It equips with a headphone jack and a 6.2-inch OLED 1080p display.
Based on the recent leaks it is reported that with an ultra-wide camera shot been taken by the unreleased phone, the phone is expected to have dual rear cameras, the main camera and an ultra-wide camera.