Google has recently launched the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro flagship phones across the globe. The company is now said to be working on its first foldable phone, which is tentatively called the Google Pixel Fold. A new report by FrontPageTech has revealed the design of the upcoming Pixel Fold. It also mentions the expected price and release date of the device. Unfortunately, it does not have any information on its specifications.

Google Pixel Fold Renders 2

The Google Pixel Fold renders show that it has a wider and smaller design like the OPPO Find N. Hence, it will be a pocket-friendly foldable phone. As can be seen in the images below, the device has a cover display with a punch-hole design, an inner foldable screen, and a horizontal camera bar on the back, similar to the existing Pixel 7 lineup.

Google Pixel Fold Renders 3

The cover display houses a 9.5-megapixel front-facing camera. On the inside, there is another 9.5-megapixel selfie camera. The images show that the inner foldable screen will have thick bezels on all four sides. According to the source, there are two prototypes of the device. One has a camera on the inside, and the other one lacks an inner camera.

Google Pixel Fold Renders 1

The top and bottom edges of the device are flanked by speakers. On the right edge, it has a power button, that is integrated with a fingerprint scanner. A USB-C port is also available on the bottom. On the back, the camera bar is not exactly identical to the Pixel 7 series, as it has rounded edges. It houses a dual-camera setup and dual LED flash units.

Recent reports have claimed that the rumored Google device with the “Felix” codename will debut in the market as the Pixel Fold. As far as the price is concerned, it is likely to cost $1,799. It will be available in Obsidian Black and Chalk White colors. It seems that Google will reveal the Pixel Fold at its next developer conference in May 2023.


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