The Google Pixel 4a went on sale this month and customers are starting to get their hands on Google’s new $349 smartphone. But it’s only the first of three phones the company plans to release this year.

According to the latest leaks:

Now we have even more details about the specs, plus a picture that allegedly shows the back of both phones.

A redditor posted the new photo, plus some specs for each of the upcoming phones. The reddit post has been removed, but multiple sites including 9to5Google and xda-developers saved the key details.

So here’s what we’re expecting from Google’s 2020 smartphone lineup. I’ve added Pixel 4a details to the table for comparison purposes — but keep in mind that we know the Pixel 4a’s specs. Everything we think we know about the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 at this point is still basically a glorified rumor, so some things could be different when the phones are officially launched.

Pixel 5Pixel 4a 5GPixel 4a
Display6 inch
2340 x 1080
OLED
90 Hz
6.2 inch
2340 x 1080
OLED
60 Hz
5.8 inch
2340 x 1080
OLED
60 Hz
ProcessorSnapdragon 765GSnapdragon 765GSnapdragon 730G
RAM8GB6GB6GB
Storage128GB128GB128GB
Rear camera(s)12.2MP Sony IMX363 primary
Sony IMX481 wide-angle
12.2MP Sony IMX363 primary
Sony IMX481 wide-angle
12.2MP Sony IMX363 primary
Front camera8MP Sony IMX3558MP Sony IMX3558MP Sony IMX355
Battery4000 mAh3800 mAh3140 mAh
SecurityFingerprint reader (rear)Fingerprint reader (rear)Fingerprint reader (rear)
Audio outUSB or BT onlyUSB, BT, and 3.5mm audioUSB, BT, and 3.5mm audio
Wireless charging?Yes?No
BackPlasticPlasticPlastic
Price?$499$349

via @MishaalRahman and /r/Android

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  1. If the Pixel 5 is at maximum $600 it could be a good buy for Americans (we don’t have Oneplus Nord). I am glad Google is realizing they are at their best when they aren’t trying to make flagship products. Both the Pixelbook Go and Pixel 4a have gotten great reception overall.

  2. Well, it’s (relatively) cheap and gets SW updates for some years. Good enough for me. To me, the differences in real world use compared to other phones that are 2x+ more expensive are negligible.

  3. Sony IMX363 is probably the only really disapointing spec of the Pixel 5.
    I wondered what can Pixel do with a better sensor and it seems I will have to wait at least another generation to find out.