Pixel 5 VS Pixel 4a 5G [Is Extra 200$ Worth it?]

Pixel 5 VS Pixel 4a 5G

So guys we are getting close to the launch date of Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G,
Google has announced that the launch event is scheduled for September 30.
Pixel 4A 5G is confirmed to be priced at 499$ while Pixel 5 is rumored to be
priced at 699$. Is the Pixel 5 worth the 200$ increase than the Pixel 4A 5G?
Find out in this comparison video between Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G.

Starting from the display,
Pixel 5 has a 6-inch display while Pixel 4A 5G has a 6.2-inch display. Both devices
feature an OLED panel. The Pixel 5 will feature a 90Hz refresh rate while the
Pixel 4A 5G will feature a 60Hz refresh rate.
Also, the front punch hole camera is on the top left corner of the device.
Pixel 4A 5G has Gorilla Glass 3 protection while the Pixel 5 has Gorilla glass 6

Also, Pixel 4A 5G doesn't have any type of IP rating while the Pixel 5 has an IP68
water and dust resistance rating.
Both Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor.
there won't be much difference in processing power.
Pixel 4A 5G will come with 6GB of RAM and the Pixel 5 will come with 8GB of RAM,
means Pixel 5 will have better multitasking capabilities.
Both devices offer 128GB internal storage.

Both Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G will feature a dual-camera setup on the back
and going by the leaks both will feature a 12.2MP primary camera and a 16MP
wide-angle lens.

Both devices will also feature a single 8MP front-facing camera.

                                            Pixel 5 VS Pixel 4a 5G

Coming to the battery
Pixel 4A 5g will hold a 3885mah battery while the Pixel 5 will hold a
bigger 4080mah battery. Both devices will support 18W fast charging and while
Pixel 5 will feature wireless and reverse wireless charging, Pixel 4 on the other hand won't have these features.

Judging by these comparisons Pixel 5 surely has higher specs than Pixel 4A 5G,
but I think it's not enough to justify the 200$ increase. Let us know your thoughts
on these two devices in the comment section.