The Google Pixel Fold will reportedly be on sale in May 2023, but it won’t be cheap. It is estimated to cost $1,799. This is the same price as the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
The Pixel Fold has been revealed via Front Page Tech and renowned leaker Jon Prosser using photographs provided by unnamed sources. The foldable Pixel is anticipated to resemble the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, as suggested by earlier speculations. It does, however, seem to have an improved Pixel appearance.
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Google Pixel Fold Features
Contrary to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7, the camera bar is distinct rather than across the back cover. According to the leak, we should anticipate a Pixel flagship camera, the revised camera bulge seems to house three lenses identical to those on the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro.
According to reports, the Chalk (white) and Obsidian (black) color options that have become familiar to us from the most current Pixel series will be offered on the Pixel Fold. Despite the lack of official information, previous speculations claimed that a 7.6-inch 120Hz LTPO in-folding display panel may be anticipated.
According to the renderings, the primary panel will feature somewhat wider bezels and a hole-punch camera on the front display.
The Pixel Fold is reportedly very hefty,” according to one source, indicating it will be constructed from high-quality components. According to the pricing that was leaked, this makes sense.
The estimated price represents a significant price increase from the Pixel 7 Pro’s most costly option, which costs $1,079. If this is the case, we anticipate many high-end flagship foldable features.
The leak also claims that the foldable will have typical Pixel-esque performance, but based on when it’s expected to be introduced, the device may really be powered by a Tensor G3 processor.