Rumors for the Google Pixel Fold have been circulating for quite some time, but for the first time, customers are getting a look at how the phone will look. These leaks were revealed by OhLeaks, who gathered the images via HowtoiSolve and gave some insights into the phone’s dimensions.
There have been a lot of rumors regarding this phone, as it was considered a scrapped project until very recently. Due to some leaks, it was revealed that the first Google foldable phone could be released in May 2023. The renders leaked build upon all these past rumors about the phone’s design.
The Google Pixel Fold may feature a possible 7.69-inch display with a punch-hole selfie camera set on the right-hand side of the display. The device’s dimensions are rumored to be 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm when fully unfolded. This makes it seem much more comparable to the Oppo Find N than the Samsung Galaxy Fold 4. This is due to the broader design that Google has seemingly opted for.
The renders of the Google Pixel Fold make it look very similar to the recently released Pixel 7 series, as it also has a camera shelf at the back. Still, there are subtle differences between the two designs. For example, the shelf of the Pixel Fold does not meld into the sides of the phone as it did in the Pixel 7 series. The Pixel Fold is also expected to use Google’s latest Tensor G2 chip.
On the back of the foldable phone, three cameras are expected to make up the camera setup. These include a Sony IMX787 sensor as its primary lens, a 10MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultrawide shooter. A 9.5MP selfie camera is expected on the inner display, allowing you to take high-quality selfies.
The renders also show a typical USB-C charging port located on the bottom of the phone, but there is no headphone jack to be seen. Two speakers are located at the bottom of the inner display and at the top.