What makes the post interesting is that it contains Japanese pricing for the Pixel 5. It says the phone will cost ¥74,800 (~$708) in Japan.
Similarly, even though the Pixel 4a costs ¥42,900 (~$406) in Japan, it retails for $349 in the US.
Will the Pixel 5 price pleasantly surprise?
We might be in for a surprise. That’s what a recent exchange between the Made by Google Twitter account and Pixel’s relationship manager suggests.
The Pixel 4a (5G) is tipped to stick with a 60Hz screen and the 3.5mm jack.
Since the Pixel 4a (5G) will cost $150 more than the Pixel 4a, despite the fact that it will probably have a better chipset, improved rear camera array, and a bigger battery, it isn’t out of bounds to expect the price difference between the Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5 to be similar or even less.
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