Last year, Google announced the Pixel 4A smartphone. The rumor mill had already started churning out leaks concerning the successor of the Pixel 4A. Now the design of the Google Pixel 5a has been leaked online ahead of the launch. The render is shared by a tipster Steve Hammerstoffer aka @OnLeaks (via Voice) gives us a glimpse of how the upcoming Google smartphone will look like.
Based on the render image that appears, the Google Pixel 5a will come with a punch hole placed in the top left corner of the screen. On the rear, the device has a square-shaped rear camera module and also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. It looks like the unibody rear panel is made of plastic. Other design elements include coloured power button and volume rocker on the right side. The device measures 156.2 x 73.2 x 8.8mm, the tipster claims, which makes it 2.3mm taller than the Pixel 4a. The render leak does not reveal anything about the specifications.
Aside from the design, there is limited information available regarding the internal specifications of the Pixel 5a. According to the earlier leaks, the phone will have a flat 6.2-inch OLED display. It is said to feature a 3.5mm headphone jack and stereo speakers. The device will feature two camera sensors and an unknown third sensor, which could be a PDAF (Phase Detection Autofocus).
For now, there is no word regarding the Pixel 5a launch timeline. We expect the brand to reveal more about the product in the coming days.