- The live images of the upcoming Google smartphone surfaced online.
- There is no cut out on the screen.
- It seems that Google is now working on a real flagship device.
The Mountain View company Google is now launching Smartphones for the past couple of years but the company couldn’t able to launch a proper flagship smartphone yet. The latest Pixel 5 was also announced with a mid-range chip but the company seems to end this situation very soon.
A couple of images surfaced online and that is said to be the upcoming Google Pixel 5 Pro. Going through the images, we can see that the display doesn’t have any cut out and that means the device will either feature a real in-display front facing camera similar to the newly announced ZTE phone or the company will experiment with a pop-up camera setup.
One of the images of the upcoming Google smartphone also reveals that the device will be supported dual SIM. The AIDA64 test also confirms that the upcoming device is powered by Qualcomm 865 processor and that is a disappointing element, as we already have the next generation Snapdragon 888 processor.
The source also says that the upcoming device will have and 8GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage but there is no information on the screen as well as the camera and battery.
As of now, we can only wait for more information about the upcoming Google smartphone and we are looking forward to hear more about the same in the coming days. We recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the world of Technology at your fingertips.
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