Google Pixel Fold Rendered: Feels Like an OPPO Find N

Google has been teasing and leaking its first foldable phone for a while now, but without too many details about the design. Last week we scored a set of renders for the Google Pixel Fold, also known as the Google Pixel Note for a while. They come to light courtesy of @OnLeaks.

At first glance, it seems closer to the OPPO Find, rather than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. Pixel Fold is expected to drop in May 2023, around the time of the Google I/O 2023 event. The design language channels the Pixel 7, particularly if you look at the back camera. It has 3 cameras at the back, which may well be the ones from the Pixel 7 Pro. The dimensions are said to be similar to the OPPO Find N.

We’re talking about 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7 mm and the waistline becomes 8.3 mm with the camera bump. @OnLeaks believes in a rather large diagonal, of 7.69 inches. The screen bezels are clearly larger, particularly the top one of the foldable screen, beefy enough to host a selfie camera. The external screen is rather small, at 5.79 inches and it hosts a centered punch hole selfie camera.

Pixel Fold will be powered by a Tensor G2 processor, with 12 GB of RAM and there will be a series of storage options, plus Android 13 out of the box. Expect it available in silver or black and apparently the starting price of $1799 is the same as the Galaxy Z Fold 4. There’s even talk of stylus support.

via howtoisolve

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