Images of the Google Pixel 5a have surfaced, at least that's what Steve Hemmerstoffer claims. But we can't deny the device does look a lot like the current Pixel 4a 5G.
We know Steve Hemmerstoffer better under his alias @onleaks. He turns CAD drawings of yet-to-be-announced phones into beautiful renders, and that's what happened today with Google's Pixel 5a. Google didn't feel like creating a whole new design so it seems and borrowed one from last year.
The screen measures a presumed 6.2 inches with a punch-hole in the top left corner for the single selfie camera. According to Steve, Google is using an OLED panel with FHD+ resolution. No word yet on the refresh rate, possibly it stays at just 60Hz. There is still a small chin at the bottom of the screen but the screen edges are relatively small.
Pixel 5a specifications
At the back, we also detect few changes. A dual camera with a flash on a square module and with a physical fingerprint scanner near it. The housing on the back is most likely made of plastic. A 3.5mm audio jack and stereo speakers are also present, just like on the Pixel 4a 5G. Possibly, the difference is in the camera sensor, processor and battery size.