Google Pixel 5 has been spotted on a benchmarking website with the mid-tier Snapdragon 765G SoC. The Pixel 5 is expected to launch in October, with pre-orders starting on October 8, but it looks like Google’s upcoming flagship will not carry the top-of-the-line chipset. The benchmarking website mentions a device called ‘Google Pixel 5’, which has 8GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 765G SoC, as well as a score for this configuration. How this affects the price of the mid-level SoC Pixel 5 can be seen.
The listing on the AI-Bechmark website shows a device called RAM Google Pixel 5 ‘which runs on Android 11 and mid-tier 765G SoC with 8GB of RAM. This is the same processor found in the budget-friendly OnePlus Nord. The listing for the Pixel 5 is just below the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL, both of which have Snapdragon 855 SoCs. Interestingly, the AI benchmark score for the three Pixel phones is much higher with the Pixel 5 score 39.4 and the other two scoring 39.6 and 39.5 respectively.
So far, Google has not confirmed any specifications for the Pixel 5, but it can market the phone as an affordable premium device. We know that Pixel 5 will not make its place in the Indian market, and neither will the 5G variant of Pixel 4a.