The Google Pixel 5 is now officially out, and the reviews are raving wild, including our own. It serves as Google’s best flagship value proposition in years. While the device doesn’t carry the latest and greatest Snapdragon 800-series processor—the first “premium” Pixel to not feature a flagship processor—it still features all of the camera prowess that Pixel phones have been known for, the amazing 90Hz display featured in the Pixel 4 (in a much more modern form factor with a hole-punch display), and the Snapdragon 765G still delivers good performance. But it’ll set you back $700 in the U.S., which, while less than previous Pixel phones, is not exactly cheap either.
If you can’t afford the Pixel 5 right now (or you’re just not planning to get it), but you still want some of those sweet looks for your Pixel device (or really any device), XDA Recognized Developer Pranav Pandey has ported the all-new live wallpapers to other Android smartphones. This Google Pixel 5 live wallpaper port should work on any device running Android 7.0 Nougat or higher. You also have two live wallpapers to choose from: Moving Shadows and Stepping Stones. And both of these live wallpapers has 4 different variants to choose from.
There’s also evidence of a third live wallpaper called Conveyor Belt, but sadly, it’s not fully implemented yet. The best we could do was extracting a still preview of it.
If you’re a diehard Google fan and looking forward to the Pixel 5, then these are definitely worth a look. And they work with Android Nougat and up, so you can actually check them out on basically any device—it doesn’t even need to be a Google Pixel phone.
You can download the live wallpaper from Pranav Pandey’s forum post linked below.
Check them out on your device now!