Google has announced its first phones with 5G wireless capabilities. Which is the $699 (£599, AU$999) Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4A 5G, launched on Wednesday. The Pixel 4A 5G is another version of the Pixel 4A, the midtier phone Google declared month ago, which can associate with 5G networks, as well. The Pixel 4A 5G costs $499 (£499, AU$799), or $150 more than the non-5G version.
Google says the new phones were designed with 5G in mind.
5G speeds, which are multiple times quicker than 4G associations at top executions, will permit customers download a film in 5 seconds. Google’s new telephones will saddle 5G to help smooth out ordinary undertakings, for example, downloading YouTube recordings and digital broadcasts to enjoy them offline later.
They also offer some new features: new cameras (on the back the Pixel has a new ultra-wide angle camera with a 16-megapixel sensor, a standard camera with a 12.2-megapixel sensor and a fingerprint sensor), bigger batteries and a new power save mode (the device is waterproof, has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor and 128GB of storage), larger display (it includes a 6-inch display that stretches across the front of the device with an 8-megapixel hole punch camera at the top left corner), hold for me (which will prompt someone when a business is ready to take their call so they don’t have to wait and listen to hold music. A tool called Night Sight is now available for portrait mode, for taking better pictures in low light), screen share (screen can be shared now while using the Google Duo video calling app).
The phone comes in two colors – “Just Black” and “Sorta Sage”.