After months of speculation, Google has finally revealed what its foldable mobile looks like. It shared a video of the Pixel Fold, featuring a familiar design that reminds us of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold although the rear design is Pixel-esque.
From the teaser video, we can see the familiar Pixel camera bar, which has been slightly tweaked in comparison to the past Pixel phones. The foldability comes with a hinge that makes the phone compact. The one end of the exterior has a smaller display that can be used when the phone is folded; otherwise, the inner display seems to offer a good screen real estate.
According to multiple reports, Google’s foldable phone might be powered by the same Tensor G2 processor that is used in Pixel 7 devices. The main display will supposedly measure 7.6 inches, and the external compact display will be 5.8 inches. All of this will last up to 24 hours on normal use and up to 72 hours with Extreme Battery Saver mode turned on, if the reports are accurate.
The Pixel Fold is rumored to start at $1,700 and might go on sale as early as next month, but we will have to wait until the I/O keynote to have concrete information. Google I/O 2023 will take place on May 10 next week.