Rumors about Google’s Pixel Fold have been going on for nearly two years now but we finally have a live look at the upcoming foldable. Leakster Kuba Wojciechowski shared our best look at the Pixel Fold in a short six-second video
The smartphone looks just like the renders predicted with a noticeable bezel around the main folding screen and an overall footprint that looks similar to Oppo’s Find N2. The thick bezels are kinda off but let’s see if it is worthwhile to consider.
Based on the most up-to-date rumors, it will feature a 7.6-inch main screen and a 5.8-inch cover screen. Both panels are expected to be OLEDs with a 120Hz refresh rate. Pixel Fold is rumored to measure 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3mm including rear camera bump) and will be equipped with the Tensor G2 chipset.
Google’s upcoming fold smartphone is expected to debut at Google I/O, which tips off on May 10, while open sales should start in late June. Pricing is rumored to start at $1,799, and you can pick one up in Carbon and Porcelain colors.