The Google Pixel 5 will reportedly cost $700, $200 more than the Pixel 4a 5G

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We know that the Pixel 4a 5G will cost $500/€500/£500, Google has officially confirmed those prices. But it’s keeping the Pixel 5 price under wraps. How much difference can there be considering that both are Snapdragon 765G-powered devices with seemingly the same camera setup?

Leakster Jon Prosser puts the price of the Pixel 5 with 128 GB storage at $700. This lines up with the Vodafone Germany leak that priced the phone at €630 (note euro prices change slightly between countries due to different VAT).

Leaked images of the Google Pixel 5
Leaked images of the Google Pixel 5
Leaked images of the Google Pixel 5 in Sage Green

Leaked images of the Google Pixel 5 • Sage Green color option

The Pixel 5 will have a 90Hz display (6.0” 1080p+ panel) while the Pixel 4a 5G is expected to stick with 60Hz panel (larger 6.2” panel also with 1080p+ resolution). The 5 will probably get more RAM and storage as well as a better chassis (aluminum vs. plastic, IP rating, etc.), perhaps a few other details will be different as well.

That’s still not much to justify the $200 premium. Both new models will be unveiled next week on September 30.

PS. Another detail from Prosser – the green color from yesterday will be called “Sage Green” instead of “Mint Green”.


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