Google Pixel 5 User Manual & User Guide – The front camera is located at the top left of the panel behind a simple hole, as shown earlier. Pixel 5 displays support 24-bit color depth and have HDR support. The panel doesn’t have a fingerprint reader directly below the surface, as Google places this pixel trace sensor on the back. It appears that the manufacturer managed to realize a very narrow ‘chin’ at the bottom of the screen.
The camera is certainly one of the most important points on Google smartphones. The main camera again offers Sony sensors with a 12.2-megapixel resolution and dual pixel phase detection autofocus. The pixel size is given as an edge length of 1.4 micrometers and there is an aperture of F/1.7. Image stabilization occurs here both optically through hardware and electronics.
For the second camera, it has a resolution of 16-megapixels and has an aperture of F/2.2 and a sensor pixel edge length of 1.0 micrometers. Combined with Google’s powerful devices, the Pixel 5 delivers excellent images and secures a unique selling point within its price range.
The Google Pixel 5 front camera comes with a simpler 8-megapixel sensor. It has a fixed focus, a pixel edge length of 1.12 micrometers, and a wide field of view of 83 degrees. The main camera can record 1080p to 240 FPS or 4K video up to 60 FPS. A maximum of 1080p with 30 frames per second is offered upfront.
In the case of batteries, Google Pixel 5 has a 4080mAh battery powered relatively quickly with a USB Type-C connection, which comes with a maximum power of 18 watts. Wireless charging is also available, including the option to recharge headphones and other devices. The Pixel 5 case is made of 100 percent recycled aluminum and IP68 certified, making it water-resistant and dustproof.
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