Google released its 2020 flagship last month, and it’s a significant upgrade to the previous Pixel 4 due to the chipset, the 5G connectivity, the superior display, the more generous battery, and so on. Namely the Pixel 5 phone, the gadget is worth about $700 in the States, but you can get your hands on it by paying much less money.
In a recent post, the major US carrier AT&T confirmed that both the Pixel 5 and 4a 5G smartphone models from Google will be available on November 6 and November 19, respectively. The Pixel 5 is only $10 per month with a trade-in and $15 per month without. Over 30 months, it means that Google’s flagship for 2020 can be just $300. You’ll have to hurry up if you want that offer, as those deals are only for a limited time.
An official statement says:
AT&T knows what customers want. That’s why we’re adding yet another smartphone maker to our extensive 5G device lineup with the introduction of the Google Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5. These Google smartphones have all the helpful features you need, with an extra boost of 5G. The Google Pixel 5 will be available in-stores and online at att.com/pixel beginning Nov. 6. Pre-orders for the Pixel 4a (5G) will kick off the same day at att.com/pixel4a5g with in-store and online availability starting Nov. 19.
The 5G connectivity takes the cake
The 5G connectivity present on Pixel 5 is the main addition. The device also comes with a Snapdragon 765G processor, IP68 dust and water resistance, 8GB of RAM, an OLED display of 6 inches and 90Hz refresh rate, and much more.
While many tech lovers were disappointed by what the Pixel 4 smartphone had to offer, they are surely more satisfied with the specs of the successor Pixel 5. Google’s 2020 flagship is also equipped with Android 11 out of the box, and it has a 4080mAh battery with fast charging at 18W.