Google has just announced the Pixel 5 and while I am in no doubt many will bemoan the lack of ‘top-end’ specs, for me this is the perfect phone to launch during such a turbulent year.
The biggest news to come out of Google’s Pixel 5 launch was that it is no longer trying to compete at the high-end of the market with the likes of Samsung and its £1000+ Note 20 Ultra or Apple and its likely-to-be-equally-expensive iPhone 12 Pro.
Instead, Pixel 5 is far more modest. And at £599, it’s a far smarter buy for current times.
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