This is the Google Pixel Fold in render form
We’ve been hearing about Google’s plans to enter the foldable smartphone segment for a while now and @OnLeaks is here with the latest batch of renders for the alleged Pixel Fold and more leaked specs.
Pixel Fold is expected to launch in May 2023 and we can see it brings a familiar design language inspired by the Pixel 7 series with a camera visor on the back housing three cameras like on the Pixel 7 Pro. The design is also reminiscent of the Oppo Find N in terms of dimensions.
Pixel Fold will measure 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3mm including rear camera bump) in its unfolded state and OnLeaks believes the main display will come in at 7.69 inches. We can see some noticeably thick bezels on the inner display as well as a punch-hole camera on the right-hand side. The cover display is said to come in at around 5.79 inches and will also boast a centered punch-hole selfie camera.
Pixel Fold will likely be powered by the Tensor G2 chipset with 12GB RAM as standard and several storage options and Android 13 out the box. The phone will likely be available in silver and black colors with a starting price of $1,799. We also get info about possible stylus support.
- 13 Dec 2022
I don't love the design but I don't hate it either. Would be more unique if they made the sides matte instead.
- 12 Dec 2022
Try crushing anything with these displays and they get permanently damaged.
- 12 Dec 2022
you cant just say my own personal experiences are false. I own a pixel 7 pro, and it stands up to those claims. Keep crying, because it is the truth, and you cant change that.