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  1. Pixel 5 sees dramatically improved GPU performance after April patch It's not an amazing improvement; the Pixel 5 GPU was just really bad to begin with. Enlarge / Our Pixel 5 came in this funky green version. Ron Amadeo Nearly six months after the release of the Pixel 5, Google has revamped the way the GPU works, bringing the phone up to the level you'd expect from a Snapdragon 765G phone. The April 2021 security update for the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) came with a note saying that it includes "performance opti
  2. The Pixel 5 automatically turns into a wireless charging pad when you plug in a USB-C cable A smart addition to Google’s Battery Share Photo: Google The Pixel 5 is one of several flagship phones to offer a reverse wireless charging feature, but Google’s done something particularly clever with its implementation of the feature here: whenever you plug in a USB-C cable, your Pixel 5 will automatically turn on its reverse wireless charging feature, effectively turning it into a Qi charging pad, as spotted by 9to5Goog
  3. Why the Pixel 5 reminds us of the Nexus 5 A conversation with UrAvgConsumer Every Tuesday this month, Vergecast co-host Dieter Bohn is hosting a series of discussions diving deep into tech review season, each focusing on a specific product. This week, Dieter talks with Judner Aura, aka UrAvgConsumer on YouTube, about how the recently announced Google Pixel 5 shares some common ground with an older Google smartphone project: the Nexus 5. The Nexus 5 cam
  4. Google accidentally showed off the Pixel 5 and revealed a low price But there's no sign of the Pixel 5 XL The Pixel 5 looks a lot like the Pixel 4a (above) (Image credit: TechRadar) The Google Pixel 5 is expected to land on September 30, so we’re now very close to the launch. But the Google Japan Twitter account seemingly thought the phone had already launched, as it briefly posted some major details. The tweet has been deleted but not bef
  5. Almost all the details of the upcoming Pixel 5 leak Image credit: WinFuture Just a week away from its official unveiling, more images and details of Google’s upcoming Pixel 5 handset have leaked. The information, courtesy of WinFuture, provides the most detailed look yet at the specifications of the device, including the camera specifics, battery capacity, and more. Corroborating various earlier rumors, the phone is expected to sport a 6-inch FullHD+ OLED display that supports HDR. The display is said to house a 90Hz high refresh rate panel covered
  6. Google Pixel 5 might not be a 'flagship' phone like previous Pixel devices Pixel 4 Google has so far always used flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets on its high-end Pixel devices. The Pixel 3a series and the upcoming Pixel 4a are an exception and make use of non-flagship mid-range Snapdragon chips which make sense since they are not flagship smartphones. For the Pixel 5 series, it is looking likely that Google intends on using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765G chip instead of its current flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 865. Code found inside a leaked Go
  7. More evidence mounts for Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G launches this month Both handsets spotted in new FCC filings (Image credit: Google) Officially revealed at the launch of Google's Pixel 4a last month, the search giant's upcoming Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G handsets are now inching closer to release, with new FCC filings in the US lending credence to a previous report that they could be launching as soon as September 30. As reported by 9to5Google, new regulatory filings assumed to be for multiple variants of the Pixel
  8. Google Pixel 5's chipset may be barely better than the Pixel 4a's Not a top-end offering Google Pixel 4a (Image credit: TechRadar) The Google Pixel 5 is expected to be Google's top-end smartphone for the year, but it seems it might not have the processing power of other premium smartphones - in fact, it could be only a small step above the recently-launched budget Google Pixel 4a. This news comes from leaked Pixel 5 AI benchmarks, as discovered by MyFixGuide, which lists the phone as having the Snapdragon 765G chipset.
  9. Google Pixel 5 price and more just leaked, but you probably shouldn't believe it Why you shouldn't believe everything you read online (Image credit: Future) With a few exceptions, Google Pixel phones arrive in pairs, with a 'standard' and 'XL' model released together, with no differences other than size and battery capacity. However a new rumor says the Google Pixel 5 will only come in the XL size, with no 'standard' model. This comes via Twitter user @ImjustsayingJC, who doesn't have a track record of leaking major pre-
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