New information continues to emerge about the Google Pixel 5a, which is said to have been canceled due to a worldwide chip crisis. The processor details of the mid-segment phone, which users are eagerly awaiting, are beginning to be revealed.
Google recently denied claims that the Google Pixel 5a had been canceled. The phone will go on sale later this year, but the device will be a limited edition, the company said.
Google Pixel 5a processor will be Snapdragon 765G
With the company’s Android 12 Developer Preview 3, the processor of the Google Pixel 5a has been revealed. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 765G chipset, which is a mid-segment processor.
Almost no changes were made to the design of the device, prompting a backlash from users. The Pixel 5a is quite similar in design to the previous model of the series, the Pixel 4a. Let’s also mention that the camera design of the device is the same.
The smartphone offers a 6.2-inch FHD+ display. Featuring OLED display technology, the device features a dot-shaped selfie camera in the upper left corner. The device has a square camera setup with 2 cameras and LED flashes on the back. And the fingerprint reader is positioned behind the case, not inside the screen.
These are all the details that have emerged about the Google Pixel 5a at this time. The smartphone will only go on sale in the U.S. and Japan markets, as the company explains. The device is expected to go on sale on the same timeline as the previous model in the series, the Google Pixel 4a. This means the Google Pixel 5a will go on sale in August.