It’s only February, but the first Pixel 5 leaks are already here. In a matter of days, we saw the first Pixel 5 render that suggested Google is working on a unique triple-lens camera system and heard a disturbing rumor that said the Pixel 5 might come with mid-range specs on board rather than flagship components. A different rumor said Verizon might not even carry upcoming Pixel phones, including the Pixel 4a and Pixel 5, just as Google released its first Android 11 build. That’s the Developer Preview release, a beta that’s better suited for developers rather than regular Android users — the first Android 11 public beta will drop in May after Google’s I/O 2020 event. While Google will unveil Android 11’s new features in May, the developer preview already contains a few features that give us an idea of what to expect from Pixel 5. Each Android beta release contains clues about the next-gen Pixel. After all, the only way for Google to show the world what its next major Android OS release can do is through the new Pixel.