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Google Pixel 5 spotted on benchmarking website, tipped to sport Snapdragon 765G SoC

Sushant Talwar     August 12, 2020

Google officially announced the Pixel 5 smartphone alongside the Pixel 4a 5G earlier last week. At the time of the announcement, Google revealed little about the device, with both the specifications and features of the Pixel 5 not being revealed to the world.

But now, new details are emerging about the device, with a new benchmark now revealing important details about the phone. As per reports, Google Pixel 5 has been spotted on a benchmarking website, and as hinted at in the past, the phone comes with a mid-tier Snapdragon 765G SoC.

The benchmark shows that the Google Pixel 5 will feature 8GB RAM and a Snapdragon 765G SoC. The listing further shows that this device named 'Google Pixel 5' is running Android 11. Interestingly, this is the same processor that has been used on OnePlus Nord.

The listing comes courtesy of AIBenchmark, which also shows that the new Pixel device performs almost as well as the last two Pixel flagships. Interestingly, this isn't the first time we are seeing rumours about the Pixel 5 coming with the Snapdragon 765G. Earlier, we've read a number of reports making the same claim.

As for the other specs, Google Pixel 5's screen is expected to be around 5.8-inches. The display is expected to run at 90Hz, which will bring it on par with a number of flagships in the market. There are also suggestions of the Pixel 5 getting the slightly more powerful Snapdragon 768G SoC.

But before we start getting too excited about it in India, it would be prudent to know that the phone will not be making its way to the Indian market. Google has also announced that it won't be launching the Pixel 4a 5G in the country. Instead, the Pixel 4a 4G variant will be launched in India later in October this year.


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