Pxiel 5 release production seems to be a problem

On October 3rd, Google just held a new product launch conference on the 1st of this month and released the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G versions.

The specific specifications are basically the same as the previous exposure specifications. The Pixel 5 uses a 6.0-inch perforated full screen on the front, with a screen ratio of 19.5:9, a resolution of 1080x2340p, HDR support, a refresh rate up to 90Hz, and a Snapdragon 765G processing. Adapter, 8+128G storage, built-in 4000mAh battery, supports 18W wired fast charging and wireless charging, priced at US$699. Although it is Google’s flagship new machine of the year, it is not “flagship” in terms of specifications. Both the Snapdragon 765G and the rear fingerprint recognition are not so high-end.

Pxiel 4A 5G is also equipped with the Snapdragon 765G processor. Compared with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G of the Pixel 4A, it has an upgrade. It has a 6.2-inch punch-hole full screen, but it does not have a high refresh rate of 90Hz, and it also lacks wireless charging and dust resistance. Waterproof and other features are priced at US$499.

However, due to the impact of the epidemic, the production of Pxiel 5 seems to have been greatly affected. Taiwanese media DigiTimes quoted Nikkei’s commentary as saying that Google’s 2020 Pixel production plan tends to be conservative. Around 800,000 units.