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Oct 2, 2020

Pixel 5 should not really be able to charge wirelessly

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It has an aluminum back.

It was almost as if we canceled the order of the Pixel 5, and instead went for the 4a 5G.

Rigid price for a mobile that on paper looks mediocre, but it is the overall impression that counts
For the most expensive model at 699 dollars, the middle-layer chipset has a much cheaper OnePlus, and a slightly smaller screen than the Pixel 4a. Yes, it has more RAM, it also has wireless charging, is waterproof, and can charge earplugs.

We now get the "top model", then we will see how it performs against the iPhone 12 Pro Max. It will be an exciting camera duel.

The new mobiles and Google TV will not be launched in Norway:
That's how they do it
The reason for doing this extra job, ie using aluminum, is to achieve a mobile as thin as mobile, but with room for a large 4080 mAh battery.

Because the Pixel 4 was such a disappointment on the battery front, we hope the much larger battery, increased from 3700 mAh on the Pixel 4 XL 6.3 ″ to just over 4000 mAh, does what it takes.

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