Google Pixel 5 launch date, time
Google launches upcoming launch event via Twitter Declaration Of. The company has given the hashtag “#LaunchNightIn” with the tweet. Let us know, this virtual launch event will begin on September 30 at 11am PT (11:30 pm Indian time). According to reports by GSMArena and Gizmochina, Google has stated in the launch invoice that “your couch is the best seat in the house”, pointing to an online event. Google announced that a new Chromecast, latest smart speaker and new Pixel phone will be launched in this event. However, apart from this, not much information has been made public in the launch invoice. It is believed that the company can launch Pixel 5 smartphone on this day with smart speakers and new Chromecast.
Google Pixel 5 specifications (expected)
Google’s upcoming Pixel 5 smartphone is said to be equipped with a 6-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Some time ago this phone was also listed on the AI-Benchmark website, where information of Android 11 was obtained. Apart from this, this phone will be equipped with Snapdragon 765G processor and 8 GB RAM. Information has been given about the phone’s storage that it will be 128 GB.
Not only this, dual rear camera setup will be provided in Pixel 5 for photography, which will be located in the square camera module. The phone will have a 12.2 megapixel Sony IMX363 primary camera and a secondary 16 megapixel Sony IMX481 camera. For selfie and video calling, this phone will have an 8 megapixel Sony IMX355 camera, which will be located at the front with a hole-punch cutout.
According to the information, the battery of the phone will be 4,000 mAh, with 15 watt QI wireless charging support as well as 5 watt reverse wireless charging support. Last week, alleged pictures of the phone surfaced online, revealing the phone as an Google Pixel 5s with an information screen. It was also reported that mmWave 5G connectivity support will be available in Pixel 5S phones. It remains to be seen if both the Pixel 5 and Pixel 5S smartphones are launched on September 30, or just one.