hould I buy it? It’s too early to say
What will it cost? Rumored to be around $1,500
Google Pixel Fold release date
There’s no official release date for the Google Pixel Fold yet, but rumors suggest it could arrive in early to mid-2023. Specifically, one report from Bloomberg claims the phone will launch in the second quarter of 2023, which would mean it could arrive anytime between April and June.
Another report from Android Headlines suggests the phone could launch in May 2023, which would be a little later than the rumored launch of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which are expected to arrive in October 2022.
It’s worth noting that these are just rumors, and Google hasn’t confirmed anything about the Pixel Fold’s release date yet. We’ll update this section as soon as we hear more.
Google Pixel Fold price
There’s no official word on how much the Google Pixel Fold will cost, but rumors suggest it could be around $1,500. That’s based on a report from Bloomberg, which claims the phone will be “relatively cheap” compared to other foldable phones on the market.
For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 starts at $1,799, while the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 starts at $999. The Microsoft Surface Duo 2 is also priced at $1,499.
Again, these are just rumors, and we won’t know the official price of the Google Pixel Fold until Google announces it. We’ll update this section as soon as we hear more.
Google Pixel Fold design
We don’t know exactly what the Google Pixel Fold will look like yet, but rumors suggest it will have a similar design to other foldable phones on the market. Specifically, it’s expected to have a flexible OLED display that can fold in half, allowing the phone to transform from a traditional smartphone into a tablet-like device.
One report from Bloomberg claims the Pixel Fold will have an 8.1-inch display when unfolded, which would make it slightly larger than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4’s 7.6-inch display. The report also suggests the phone will have a smaller external display for use when the phone is folded.
Other rumored design details include a metal frame, a glass back, and a camera system that’s similar to the Google Pixel 6 Pro. We’ll update this section as soon as we hear more.
Google Pixel Fold specs
We don’t know much about the Google Pixel Fold’s specs yet, but rumors suggest it will be a high-end device with top-of-the-line hardware. Specifically, it’s expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and it could have up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
Other rumored specs include 5G connectivity, a large battery, and a camera system that’s similar to the Google Pixel 6 Pro. We’ll update this section as soon as we hear more.
Google Pixel Fold features
One of the most interesting features of the Google Pixel Fold could be its software. Specifically, rumors suggest the phone will run a version of Android that’s optimized for foldable devices, which could allow for unique multitasking and app experiences.
It’s also possible that the Pixel Fold could come with a stylus, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Fold 3. However, we haven’t seen any concrete evidence of this yet.
Google Pixel Fold competition
If and when the Google Pixel Fold launches, it will face stiff competition from other foldable phones on the market. The biggest competitor will likely be Samsung, which has dominated the foldable phone market with devices like the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 3.
Other competitors include the Microsoft Surface Duo 2, which is also a dual-screen device, and the LG Wing, which has a unique swiveling design.
It’s worth noting that the foldable phone market is still relatively small, and it’s unclear how much demand there is for these types of devices. However, if the Google Pixel Fold is priced competitively and offers compelling features, it could carve out a niche for itself.
Google Pixel Fold: Release Date, Price, Design and Display
The Google Pixel Fold has been the subject of many rumors and leaks regarding its release date. Early leaks suggested that it would be launched in late 2022, but that didn’t happen. A more recent leak suggests that the phone won’t be released before 2023. Another release date rumor backs that up, saying the phone could land in Q1 of 2023. The most recent release date rumor points to May 2023, so we might still be waiting a little while. However, a phone that might be the Pixel Fold was listed by the FCC in late February 2023, which usually happens quite close to launch. We’ve also previously heard that the Pixel Fold has been canceled, but there’s a chance it won’t arrive at all. The term “isPixel2022Foldable” has been spotted in Google code, suggesting that the phone is landing soon. We’d take all of these leaks with a pinch of salt, especially as some previous release date rumors have been wrong.
As for what it might cost, one leak suggests a price of around $1,400. That would make it a lot cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, but still expensive. In fact, its price might be identical to the Galaxy Z Fold 4, with a more recent leak putting it at $1,799.
Design and Display
The main information about the Google Pixel Fold comes from a leak that shows promising cameras but an underwhelming design. The phone is expected to have a foldable display, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, the design is said to be less impressive than Samsung’s offering. The display is expected to be around 7.6 inches when unfolded, with a resolution of 2208 x 2480 pixels. The phone is also expected to have a smaller external display, which will be used when the phone is folded.
Overall, the Google Pixel Fold is an exciting prospect for those interested in foldable phones. While there are still many unknowns, including the exact release date and price, it’s clear that Google is working on a foldable phone that could rival Samsung’s offerings. We’ll be keeping a close eye on any further leaks and rumors, so stay tuned for more information.
Google Pixel Fold: Latest Leaks and Rumors
The tech world is buzzing with excitement over the latest leaks and rumors surrounding the highly anticipated Google Pixel Fold. According to reliable sources, the Pixel Fold will feature a design that closely resembles the Pixel 7 line when folded shut, but with an overall form factor similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold line.
The Pixel Fold is said to be clad in metal and glass, and will be available in white and black shades only. However, it is apparently very heavy, even more so than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. Additionally, there are large bezels above and below the main screen.
Recently, there was a hands-on with a dummy unit of the Pixel Fold, which revealed some interesting details. The phone is 5.7mm thick at its thinnest point and 8.7mm thick including the camera block. It also has a less narrow form factor than Samsung’s phones, and a likely less visible crease too.
We’ve even seen photos of what’s supposedly the Google Pixel Fold, spotted on a train by Reddit user onetaketeo. While the design is obscured, there is a visible hinge, indicating that it is clearly a foldable phone of some kind.
Despite being unofficial, these leaks and rumors have generated a lot of excitement among tech enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more updates on the Google Pixel Fold, and be sure to check out Tech Leaks for the latest news and guides on all things tech.Google Pixel Fold: Latest Leaks and Rumors
The tech world is buzzing with excitement over the rumored release of the Google Pixel Fold, a foldable smartphone that could rival the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X. While Google has yet to confirm the existence of the Pixel Fold, leaks and rumors have been circulating for months.
According to reports, Google has ordered foldable OLED panels from Samsung Display, with a size of around 7.6 inches. This claim has been reported multiple times, adding fuel to the speculation that the Pixel Fold is indeed in the works.
More recent reports from @OnLeaks in collaboration with HowToiSolve suggest that the Pixel Fold will feature a 7.69-inch foldable screen and a 5.79-inch cover display. The dimensions are said to be 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm when unfolded, rising to 8.3mm including the rear camera bump.
While there is no official word on the release date of the Pixel Fold, tech enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating its arrival. Stay tuned to Tech Leaks for the latest updates and leaks on the Google Pixel Fold and other exciting tech news.Google’s Pixel Foldable: Everything We Know So Far
Google is set to release its first foldable phone, the Pixel Foldable, and the tech world is buzzing with excitement. Here’s everything we know so far about this highly anticipated device.
Design and Display
According to leaks, the Pixel Foldable will feature a 7.6-inch foldable OLED display with a resolution of 2208 x 1840 pixels. The display is said to offer up to 1,200 nits of brightness and a refresh rate that goes up to 120Hz. The overall dimensions of the device are expected to be 123 x 148mm.
Processor and Camera
The Pixel Foldable is rumored to be powered by Google’s own Tensor chip, which is also found in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The device is expected to feature a triple camera setup, with a 50-megapixel primary sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens.
Battery and Charging
The Pixel Foldable is expected to come with a 4,500mAh battery and support for fast charging. It is also rumored to support wireless charging and reverse wireless charging.
Price and Release Date
There is no official word on the price or release date of the Pixel Foldable yet. However, rumors suggest that the device could be priced around $1,500 and could be released in the second half of 2022.
The Pixel Foldable is shaping up to be an impressive device, with a powerful processor, a stunning display, and a versatile camera setup. While we wait for more information on the device, we can’t help but be excited about what Google has in store for us with its first foldable phone. Stay tuned for more updates on the Pixel Foldable from Tech Leaks.Google Pixel Fold: Latest Leaks and Rumors
The tech world is buzzing with excitement over the rumored release of the Google Pixel Fold, Google’s first-ever foldable phone. While there is no official word from Google yet, leaks and rumors suggest that the Pixel Fold is in the works and could be released soon.
According to an animation found in Android 12L Beta 2, the Pixel Fold could have a design similar to the Oppo Find N, which is short and wide rather than tall and narrow like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. While it’s possible that this animation is just a generic one, there’s also a chance that it shows the Pixel Fold.
In addition, rumors suggest that the Pixel Fold’s cover display could be 5.8 inches, which is smaller than the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s cover display. However, we’ve also seen a Google patent that shows a screen that opens out to a tablet size and can be stretched further, like rollable phone concepts we’ve seen. This design, however, may be too ambitious for Google’s first foldable phone.
Patently Mobile has also spotted two additional Google Pixel foldable phone patents, one of which shows a conventional clamshell design, while the other has two hinges, allowing it to form a Z-shape as it unfolds and go from smartphone size to full tablet size.
While Google seems to be experimenting with different foldable designs, it’s likely that the company has gone with a Galaxy Z Fold-like design for the Pixel Fold. We can’t wait to see what Google has in store for us with its first foldable phone.
Stay tuned to Tech Leaks for the latest updates and leaks regarding the Google Pixel Fold and other tech news.
(Image credit: Google / Patently Mobile)
Specs and Features of the Google Pixel Fold
The Google Pixel Fold is rumored to have the same Tensor G2 chipset as the Pixel 7 Pro, along with 12GB of RAM, according to a benchmark. However, the older original Tensor chipset has also been spotted on a benchmark for the Pixel Fold, which additionally mentions 12GB of RAM and Android 12. These are older leaks though, so it’s likely that Google has upgraded it to the G2 by now.
If the Pixel Fold has the same cameras as the Pixel 7 range, then you can expect either a dual-lens or triple-lens setup, with main, ultra-wide and possibly also telephoto (5x optical zoom) snappers. However, another leak has pointed to different snappers, with the 12.2MP main camera from the Pixel 5, paired with the 12MP ultra-wide from the Pixel 6, and two 8MP selfie cameras (one on each screen).
According to one source, we’re looking at a 64MP+12.2MP+10MP rear camera – so not all of the leaks and rumors are agreeing at the moment when it comes to the camera on the back of the Google Pixel Fold. As for the selfie cameras, they’re both apparently 9.5MP, while leaked renders show a triple-lens rear camera.
There’s also a chance that the phone will have under-display cameras, as a Google patent for the tech has been found. That said, leaked images don’t suggest this.
A recent report suggests the Google Pixel Fold will pack a larger battery than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, meaning we can expect a power source of at least 4,500mAh. No exact details about the phone’s battery size have been shared thus far, but we’re hearing that the figure will “still [be] well below” 5,000mAh.
Beyond that, though, we don’t know anything about the specs of the Google Pixel foldable phone, but we can speculate a little. For one thing, it will probably run Android 13, but will certainly run whatever the latest Android version is at the time of its launch. Going by the standard Pixel range, it will probably also have decent cameras, but perhaps fewer lenses than rival phones. We’d also expect the company’s foldable will support 5G.
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About the Author: James
James is a freelance writer and sub-editor at TechRadar, specializing in phones, tablets, and wearables. He has a passion for all things “smart” and enjoys testing AI assistants and the latest apps. James also contributes to 3G.co.uk, 4G.co.uk, and 5G.co.uk, and has written for T3, Digital Camera World, Clarity Media, and other publications.