Google Pixel Fold 360 Render: Rumors are swirling about the possibility of other skins for the Google Pixel Fold. It includes a new video called Foldable Device Renderings, which is viewed from all angles. Renderings of famous leakers courtesy of OnLeaks and his website HowToISolve.
We’ve heard about Google’s foldable phones before, but this flipped model, which looks a lot like the static renderings we’ve seen before, gives us an even better idea of what the Pixel Fold might actually look like. The Pixel Fold could rival Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Z Fold 4, with Google Phone’s sleeker camera and additional foldable display.
Judges will have more information on how the actual Pixel Fold compares to its foldable competitors at the time of its release. Analyst Young reiterated earlier claims that it would take place on the moon, previously predicting a more cautious time as early as spring 2023.
What We Expect From Google’s Folding Phone
The Pixel Fold Has a Huge Screen
The HowToSolve post includes a video and specs and dimensions and claims the foldable display has a 5.79-inch outer cover display and a 7.69-inch inner display. This is largely in line with what Ross Young, CEO of market research firm Display Supply Chain Consultants, said about the indoor and outdoor screens of foldable displays.
the video shows a sturdier and wider design closer to its Oppo Find N in the fold than the taller and narrower look of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. The post also includes the dimensions of its unfolded Pixel Fold at 158.7mm tall and 139.7mm wide. It’s about the same height, but it’s definitely wider than the 130.1mm width of the Z Fold 4. At 5.7mm thick, Google’s foldable may be thinner than the 6.3mm Samsung Z Fold, but the thick camera block inherited from the flat Pixel 7 makes the Pixel Fold 8.3mm thick. increase.
Power of Tensor G2 chip
Tensor G2 chip (octa-core ARM processor) has different levels of cores divided into two silver cores at 2.35 GHz, two silver high-performance cores at 2.85 GHz, and four performance booster cores at 1.8 GHz, a Mali-G710 graphics CPU processor.
The Pixel Fold Is Thin
According to the leak, the phone measures 6.25 x 5.5 x 0.22 inches (HWD) when opened. With the camera hump, the unfolded phone is 0.33 inches thick. That means you can expect the phone to be about 0.44 inches thick (or 0.55 inches with the camera bump) when closed. This is surprisingly thin for a foldable phone and could be a selling point for those who don’t like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4’s 0.62-inch depth.
Screen Size with Cover & Camera Position
Circa 7.69-inch inner display with a right-sided single hole-punch camera
Circa 5.79-inch cover the display with a centered hole-punch selfie camera
Roughly 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3mm including rear camera bump) unfolded
Powerful Battery with enhanced battery life
When it comes to displays, there’s also real competition from Samsung smartphones: A leak of the folded Google Pixel has revealed an updated design and a higher-quality screen. Due to space constraints, telephoto sensors and camera designs also undergo major changes.
Some other Features Leak
- SIM Tray is available at the base edge of the first (outer) screen, and a USB-C Charging Port is available at the bottom part of the edge of the second (foldable) screen; a 3.5 mm jack port is not included.
- Two Speakers are incorporated for a Stable sound experience (one at the upper edge of the Central screen and one close to the USB-C port at the lower edge of another screen). Other holes are included for mics (at the bottom and top).
Assuming you’re determined and waiting to buy a Powerhouse phone in 2023, there’s a silver lining to this with STEVE’s rumors being almost 100% accurate. All of his previous leaks were correct as they were proven to be true by the most credible leaks in the industry and were published before the final release. If you want, we recommend waiting for the release of the Pixel Fold until the second quarter of 2023. It replaces Samsung’s folding phone launched in the US. What’s more, using a foldable phone is like using a small tablet – reading e-books anywhere, preparing an inventory agenda, etc. is convenient.