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Why you shouldn't buy a Pixel 5 in the UK this Black Friday

Caught between killer UK deals for the Galaxy S20 FE and OnePlus 8 Pro, Google's flagship is a tough sell. The Google Pixel 5 is a great phone. In fact, there's one in my pocket right now. But if you're shopping for a new handset this Black Friday in the UK, you should probably steer clear of Google's flagship right now. That's because the Pixel 5, which stands at its undiscounted UK price of £599, has some serious competition from two of the best Android phones out there. Right now, both the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G and OnePlus 8 Pro have been discounted to £599, makaing them the same price as Google's offering. The problem for the Pixel? Both Samsung and OnePlus can boast faster processors, smoother 120Hz refresh rates and more versatile camera systems. They're both just higher-end phones than the Pixel. The Pixel 5 unfortunately isn't among the new Google phones discounted for Black Friday, unlike the Pixel 4 (cut to £319) and Pixel 4a 5G (£449)

Don't miss the Google Pixel 5's new low price for Black Friday

The Google Pixel 5 may be brand new, but you can already score some savings on one for Black Friday . Right now, the unlocked phone is discounted to just $649 at Amazon which is the lowest price we've seen on it since its release as well as the best Pixel 5 Black Friday deal so far. The Google Pixel 5 offers a number of solid improvements upon the Pixel 4. Though its predecessor received some flak for its bad battery life, the Pixel 5 includes a 4080mAh battery that's miles better than the 2800mAh battery found in the Pixel 4. The cameras are receiving an upgrade as well; the telephoto lens from the Pixel 4 has been replaced with a standard and ultra-wide camera, along with a new motion blur mode and an audio zoom feature. The Pixel 5 is also equipped with a Snapdragon 765G chipset, similar to the one found in devices like the LG Velvet and Motorola Edge, along with 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, and a 6-inch OLED Full HD+ display with 90Hz refresh rate. There's even an integ

The Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G are here — but which one should you buy?

Affordable flagship Google Pixel 5 $700 at Amazon Pros Aluminum unibody 90Hz refresh rate Qi wireless charging More compact size Slightly larger battery Cons More expensive for similar internals The Pixel 5 is Google's latest high-end flagship, and it's a lot different from its predecessors. Rather than chasing the highest-end specs, Google focused on delivering a great user experience and all the features you could ask for at a compelling price. Between its snappy processor, dual cameras, and big battery, there's a lot to like. Tons of value Google Pixel 4a 5G $499 at Amazon Pros Very competitive price Larger screen for content consumption Same processor and storage OLED display 5G connectivity Cons No wireless charging Plastic construction Only 60Hz refresh rate If you want the core Pixel 5 experience but have less cash to spend, the Pixel 4a 5G fits the bill perfectly. You're getting a lower refresh rate for the display, a plas

Google Pixel 5: Everything you need to know before buying

Google's latest flagship is here (and green). Following last year's controversial Pixel 4 , Google is ready to right some wrongs with the all-new Pixel 5. The Pixel 4 introduced new ideas like a telephoto camera, face unlock system, and unique gestures, but it did so at the expense of battery life. This time around, Google's trying something a bit different. Rather than be concerned about having the highest-end processor or five cameras, Google designed the Pixel 5 to be a meat and potatoes Android phone that does everything you need it to do, has all of the core features you could ask for, and comes in at a much lower price than the latest flagships from Samsung and Apple. Whether you want to learn more about its price, release date, specs, or anything else, here's everything you need to know about the Google Pixel 5! Buy the Pixel 5 Google Pixel 5 $700 at Amazon The newest Pixel has arrived Google packed a lot into the Pixel 5, including a 90Hz OLED di

Pixel 5 has some known problems, but you (probably) don't need to worry

Google addresses a battery indicator bug, while the known screen gap issue gets a teardown. What you need to know The Pixel 5 has a known battery indicator bug, which shows inaccurate battery percentages. Some Pixel 5 owners have reported a noticeable gap between the display and the frame right out of the box. Google has promised a bug fix for the battery indicator, while a teardown video addresses the screen gap issue. It's only been about two weeks since the Google Pixel 5 started arriving on people's doorsteps, but early adopters have already found a few notable issues with their units including a battery indicator bug as well as a screen gap between the display and the frame. In a recent Google support thread discovered by 9to5Google , several users have reported that their battery indicators have been showing inaccurate percentages with unusually slow drain times. A Google product expert has acknowledged the issue. "The team is aware of this issue and

These are the absolute best Pixel 5 cases you can buy right now

It may be hard to pick the best Pixel 5 case because there will be so many options. Whether you want a ruggedly handsome heavy duty case, a super slim and stylish case, or something in between like the perfectly balanced Caseology Parallax , these are the best Google Pixel 5 cases to be found right now. Safe and stylish Caseology Parallax Staff pick This mesmerizing case has protected my last two Pixels with grace, and the colorways for the Pixel 5 are quite fetching. The Aqua Green will fit the green Pixel 5 perfectly while Burgundy and Navy Blue jazz up the black Pixel 5. $15 at Amazon Long-term protection Tudia Dualshield Merge Series If you want a heavy-duty case without a heavy-duty price, Tudia has been the go-to for years. The Merge Series gives you the impact protection and grip of a flexible TPU sleeve with the sturdiness of a polycarbonate back. $12 at Amazon Machine washable Google Fabric Case Google's fabric cases are luxurious and eco-fri

Google Pixel 5 leaked in full hours ahead of launch event

Jon Prosser strikes again! What you need to know The Google Pixel 5 has been leaked. Images reveal a fully-working device in retail demo mode. It comes hours before Google's September 30 event to announce the phone. Google is hosting its Pixel 5 launch event later this evening, and just hours before the event, Jon Prosser has leaked photos of the new device in full. Posted to Twitter this morning by Prosser were the following images: Late night Pixel 5 leak, if you’re up. 👋 — Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) September 30, 2020 The leaked photos look at whole lot like previous leaks of the phone that we've seen, featuring a small, hole-punch camera on the front, metal chassis, and a dual-set of rear cameras. Previously it has been rumored the Pixel 5, will ship with a 6-inch 90Hz FHD+ OLED display, Gorilla Glass 6, Snapdragon 765G, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Keeping all of it running will be a 4,000mAh battery with fast-charging. The

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