None of these details are very surprising — of course the flagship would have the best features that the midrange Pixel 4a debuted, like the all-screen face. A fingerprint sensor also makes sense given Face Unlock is less convenient these days, and dual cameras already appeared on the Pixel 4. We still don’t know if Google is using a telephoto secondary lens on the Pixel 5 like the last flagship, or if it will come with a wide-angle version instead, though. According to Pricebaba, which shared more details on the Onleaks render, the new phone would also come with a screen that measures between 5.7 and 5.8 inches.
Other recent rumors have suggested that the Pixel 5 will sport a Snapdragon 765G processor and that it could cost hundreds less than the likes of a Samsung or Apple flagship. While none of the information we have can be confirmed till Google officially unveils the device (which should happen in October based on previous years), we may see the company acknowledge the leaks before then. Google appears to have adopted a go-with-the-flow approach when it comes to addressing leaks, teasing the public with tidbits like an official Pixel 4 render after a Pricebaba leak in June last year.