Google is readying an event for the end of the month. The company is set to announce all things Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G (along with some new Chromecast devices) at said event.
While everything will be known soon enough, that’s not going to stop the leakers from finding out new information.
The latest leak actually suggests some really important details about the upcoming phones—the colors and the available storage space.
The latest leak, which was spotted by Droid-Life, comes from retailers More Computers and BT, and suggests which colors we can expect to see come to Google’s upcoming smartphones.
Starting with the Pixel 5, there are listings from More Computers showing the device in black and white. Both listings show a phone with 128GB of internal storage, which makes sense when compared to current Google smartphones.
After the initial leak, a listing was discovered from retailer Computer Universe showing the Google Pixel 5 in green. Again, that page also shows a 128GB phone.
For the Pixel 4a 5G, the listings show that the device will be available with 128GB of storage in both black and white. There’s no green available for that device as of yet. Considering the original Pixel 4 only came in black, it’ll be interesting to see if a white one actually comes out for the 5G variant of the device.
Of course, these are early retailer listings, so there’s always a chance they could just be placeholders. Additionally, there could be other options available for each of the phones, including smaller or larger storage options.
As mentioned, Google is having an event on September 30, which you can read all about at the link below. The company is slated to reveal everything about the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G smartphones, so if you’ve been patiently waiting to get your hands on Google’s next devices, you won’t have to wait much longer.