There are lots of rumors and leaks buzzing in market about the Google’s first upcoming Pixel Fold smartphone. Whether it’s about pricing, specifications, or renders. Now Google has officially confirmed the availability of its first-ever Google Pixel Fold smartphone via its Twitter handle. Google is launching the Pixel Fold smartphone at Google I/O 2023 event on May 10.
A teaser video reveals the Pixel Fold smartphone design and color availability. The Fold smartphone has symmetrical bezels which might be disappointing for some users. The folding phone looks very compact and has a triple rear camera setup at the back.
A reliable tipster Evan Blass aka evleaks, has revealed the official specifications of the Pixel Fold smartphone via its Twitter handle. Have a look at the details we have known so far about the Google Pixel Fold smartphone.
According to the tipster evleaks, the Google Pixel Fold will have a thick bezel at the top and bottom while the side bezels are narrower. The Pixel Fold is said to feature a 5.8-inch OLED cover display with an up to 120Hz high refresh rate, a 17.4:9 aspect ratio, a 2092 x 1080 resolution, and up to 1550 nits of peak brightness. It is also said to come with a Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection on top. And the foldable display measures 7.6 inches with a 6:5 aspect ratio, the same 120 Hz refresh rate as the cover display, and 1450 nits of peak brightness.
For optics, the Pixel Fold will feature a triple rear camera setup with a 48MP main camera paired with a 10.8MP ultrawide shooter and 10.8MP telephoto lens. It will come with a 9.5MP selfie camera.
Rumors and leaks suggest that the Google Pixel Fold will be priced at $1,799 for the 256GB variant (~₹1,47,500) and the 512GB variant will be priced at $1919 (~₹1,57,400). Though it’s a rumored pricing, is same as the Samsung’s Galaxy Fold 4 pricing. Let’s see at what price Google will introduce its Pixel series in the US, India, and other markets.
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