Google already confirmed that Pixel 5 will be introduced in late 2020. Now a new Pixel 5s live image has surfaced online. This reveals a similar camera design and rear-mounted camera design as the Pixel 5, so it is not clear if there will be internal changes to this phone.
Android Central’s Editor say that ‘Bramble’ (4a 5G) was supposed to launch as Pixel 5, and the ‘Redfin’ (Pixel 5) was supposed to launch as Pixel 5s, but due to delays Google has decided against it, so the test phone in the image should feature early firmware.
However, XDA Editor says that FCC listing shows four model numbers, and two models GD1YQ and G6QU3 support mmWave (on bands n260 and n261) along with sub-6GHz 5G, so this version could be called Pixel 5s, while the other could be Pixel 5.
To remind you, the Pixel 5 is rumored to pack a 5.8-inch FHD+ OLED 90Hz display, Octa Core Snapdragon 765G SoC, 8GB DDR4X RAM, 128GB (UFS 2.1) storage, 12.2MP rear camera with LED flash, OIS, Ultra-wide camera, 8MP front camera, IP68 Water and dust Resistant ratings and a 4000mAh battery with 18W fast charging and Qi wireless charging.
We should wait for few more weeks to find out if Google is planning to launch different versions of its Pixel 5 smartphone.