Tomorrow's the day that Google will officially reveal the Pixel 5, but the rumor mill is still churning out leaks before then.
The Google Pixel 5 reportedly has a rear cover that's "made from 100% recycled aluminum." That's according to WinFuture's Roland Quandt, the source of other recent Pixel 5 leaks, who adds that the front of the Pixel 5 features Gorilla Glass 6.
and that cover glass bit is for the front.
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) September 29, 2020
Leaks have suggested that the Pixel 5 could include a Snapdragon 765G processor and $699 price tag, which may have worried some folks that Google may be going cheaper with its new flagship and could opt for a plastic body. This new report is good news for the Pixel 5, though, because it means that it'll have a premium finish fit for a flagship.
Today's leak also includes a possible name for that green Pixel 5 we saw recently. It'll be known as "Sorta Sage", says Quandt, which lines up with the names Google has used for its colorful Pixels in the past. For example, the first Pixel included a "Really Blue" color option, the Pixel 3 had a "Not Pink" hue, and the Pixel 4 is available in "Oh So Orange".
It's also expected that the Pixel 5 will be available in a black color option if "Sorta Sage" isn't your style.