Recently, Google Pixel Fold codenamed ‘Felix’ had appeared on the Geekench benchmarking platform. The renders of the device also surfaced last month. Now reliable tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer aka Onleaks in collaboration with HowToISolve have brought high-quality 360-degree video and 5K renders of the foldable phone. The latest renders are in line with the past leaked render. However, we have also gotten additional information about the Pixel Fold this time.
Right off the bat, the Google Pixel Fold is a horizontal folding phone like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, OPPO Find N, Huawei Mate Xs 2 etc. The device looks compact similar to the Find N, but unlike its competitor, the front and back sides have a wide aspect ratio. Both the interior and exterior screens feature a centre-aligned punch-hole cutout for the camera. The latter also has thick bezels around the display. The back panel has a horizontal camera bridge housing two sensors in a pill-shaped cutout and an additional lens along with an LED flash outside it. The renders reveal a SIM card tray and a USB-C port at the bottom of external (first) and internal (secondary) screens respectively. There is also a stereo speaker grille at the top and bottom edges.
The report states that the Google Pixel Fold will feature a 7.69-inch inner display and a 5.79-inch outer screen. Dimension-wise, it will measure 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3mm including the rear camera bump). The device is tipped to come in Silver and Black colours. This is everything the renders reveal about the Google Pixel Fold. Onleaks has an accurate track record with leaks and rumours, hence it’s likely that the device in renders could be a final product although it’s too early to say.
As for the core specifications, the Google Pixel Fold will reportedly be powered by a Tensor G2 chipset coupled with 12GB RAM. The internal display is rumoured to come with a resolution of 1,840 x 2,208 pixels, up to 1,200 nits peak brightness, and a refresh rate of 120Hz.