There have been rumors about Google’s Pixel Fold for the better part of two years, but now we finally have a look at the upcoming foldable device in real life. Kuba Wojciechowski, a leaker, has provided us with the clearest look yet at the Pixel Fold in a video that is only six seconds long.
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It is evident that the Pixel Fold appears exactly as the renderings predicted it would, with a substantial bezel surrounding the primary folding screen and a footprint comparable to that of the Oppo Find N2.
The most recent rumors suggest that the main screen on the Pixel Fold will measure 7.6 inches, while the cover screen will measure 5.8 inches. Both panels are anticipated to be organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. It is speculated that the Pixel Fold will have dimensions of 158.7 millimeters by 139.7 millimeters by 5.7 millimeters (8.3 millimeters including the rear camera bump), and it will be powered by the Tensor G2 chipset.
Our very first look at the Google Pixel Fold. 👀
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The first foldable device from Google is scheduled to make its public debut at Google I/O, which begins on May 10, and open sales are expected to begin in late June. According to rumors, the starting price will be $1,799, and the colors that will be available will be carbon black and porcelain white.