Google Pixel Fold 2 Rendered in New Video, 5K Renders

The Google Pixel Fold was onto something, with its wider format external screen, that made people criticize Samsung even more for its narrow Fold format. Now people are looking forward to the Google Pixel Fold 2, which has already leaked a bunch of times and now it’s back with a video and 5K renders.

These are CAD-based renders, that have dropped courtesy of @OnLeaks and Smartprix. What’s clear from the get go is that the camera visor design is gone, replaced with a simpler and more basic approach. Google Pixel Fold 2 uses a camera module in the shape of a rounded rectangle, with two ovals inside it, hosting about 3-4 sensors.

The device still looks very much unfinished, like some sort of prototype. The phone seems identical to what we saw in a hands on shot from earlier this year. We’re seeing here the Charcoal color hue version of the brand new smartphone. The inner screen has an under display selfie camera at the top right, which offers smaller bezels than the OG Pixel Fold.

The outer screen is at 6.4 inches larger than the 6.2 inch on the Galaxy Z Fold series. The inner screen is also larger, at 7.9 inches and when unfolded, the whole thing measures 155.2 x 150.2 x 5.27 mm. This means it’s squarer than the predecessor. It’s also slimmer. When folded, it all becomes 155.2 x 77.2 x 10.54 mm.

According to rumors, the Pixel Fold 2 might rely on a Google Tensor G4 chipset, which may push its launch to October, with the Pixel 9 and Pixel 9 Pro. It should ship with 16 GB of RAM (LPDDR5), 256 GB of UFS 4.0 storage and run on Android 14.

via smartprix

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