Instruction Manual – Google Pixel 5 | Android 11

Review Google Pixel 5 – This phone arrives with a 6-inch OLED display which is bigger than its predecessor, the Pixel 4, which offers Full HD Plus resolution.

The screen also supports a 90Hz refresh rate which provides a smoother viewing or gaming experience. For design, this time Google chose a punch-hole design, aka a hollow screen, following most smartphone makers this year.

The small hole in the upper left corner is the housing for the 8 megapixel selfie camera. There’s also a square camera module on the back similar to the Pixel 4a, but now we get a total of two cameras complete with LED flash.

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The two cameras consist of a 12.2 megapixel main camera that has a pixel size of 1.4um and an aperture of f / 1.7. There is also a new addition, namely a 16 megapixel ultrawide ultrawide camera with an f / 2.2 aperture. Even though it looks simple, the camera on the Pixel 5 is quite reliable.

This is complemented by Google’s AI algorithm that plays a role in replacing the telephoto lens for digital zoom needs which are now done using the main camera. Another addition is optical image stabilization (OIS) and it supports video recording up to 4K resolution at 60fps.

The biggest change that Google has made is in the hardware sector, where this time they chose to use Qualcomm’s mid-range chipset called Snapdragon 765G as the steering wheel on the Pixel 5.

Of course this is different from previous years which usually used excellent processors. But even so, the Snapdragon 765G which is built on the 7nm EUV process is still reliable when it comes to doing the job.

Moreover, the Snapdragon 765G is also equipped with an integrated X52 modem model to support 5G connectivity operating on sub-6 GHz networks and mmWave 5G which promises a download speed of 3.7Gbps or an upload of 1.6Gbps.

Helping the Snapdragon 765G, the Google Pixel 5 gets 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which is then embedded with a 4,080 mAh capacity battery to keep it running all day long.

It also supports 18W fast-charging technology in addition to wireless charging and reverse wireless charging. Completing the specifications, there is a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, which is IP68 certified for water and dust resistance. Finally, this smartphone runs on the latest version of the Android 11 operating system.

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