Google Pixel Fold has recently returned to the spotlight following the diffusion of the new rendered images and of a video showcasing the collapsible future of the Mountain View home from every angle. The well-known leaker OnLeaks disseminated the material through the site howtoisolve.com. Images and videos confirm what has already emerged thanks to the images published by Jon Prosser in mid-November. In this case, however, it is material generated from CAD files and should therefore be able to provide a result that is even more faithful to the final appearance of the device. There are also further confirmations on the technical specifications, starting from the size of the smartphone.
The element that characterizes the design is the camera group with the three lenses enclosed in a horizontally oriented module, in perfect Google Pixel smartphone style. According to information provided by OnLeaks, the flexible internal display would have a diagonal equal to 7.69″ while the outer one would be from 5.79″. Pixel Fold would measure 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3 in correspondence with the aforementioned rear camera module). Finally, moving the leaflet would be the Tensor G2 chip – an octa-core with 2 performance cores at 2.85GHz, 2 cores at 2.35GHz, 4 cores at 1.8GHz and Mali G710 GPU – recently spotted on Geekbench.
Other noteworthy details provided by the source and obtainable from the images:
- smartphone available in Silver and Black colors
- dual speaker
- front camera of the internal screen placed on the bezel (right)
- front camera of the external screen placed in a hole located in the upper part of the display
- 3.5mm jack connector missing
- possible stylus support
- 12GB of RAM
- Android 13 pre-installed
According to the latest rumors Google Pixel Fold will arrive on the market in the second quarter of 2023 (announcement may take place in May) at a price of approximately $1,800.