Foldable phones are picking up their pace. And among all the major phone manufacturers, we are yet to get a foldable device from google. As far as the recent leaks and rumors suggest, Google Pixel Fold is almost ready to be released. It is just making the final tweaks and setting up its promotional materials.
But how soon will the Pixel Fold come out? Well, the Google I/O event is pretty much around the corner. So, does that mean Google will unveil the curtains of the Pixel Fold and, most importantly, the much-anticipated Pixel 7a at that event? A recent report regarding Google's release and pricing plan is here to confirm that!
Google Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a Announcement Dates Leaked
According to Jon Prosser, Google will likely announce both the Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a at the Google I/O event. And in case you are wondering, the Google I/O event is due on May 10. That means you might not need to wait long to see the first foldable device from Google in all its glory.
That is not everything the report has shared. In addition, Jon Prosser shed light on when the Pixel devices might be available. According to the tweet, the Pixel Fold will be available for pre-orders from Google Store on May 10. And seemingly, Google plans to make it available on June 27.
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On the other hand, the Pixel 7a will be available right on the day of the announcement. In other words, you might be able to purchase the upcoming mid-ranger beast on May 10! The tweet also confirmed that Google will not discontinue the Pixel 6a. So, Google may offer a discount on that phone.
What about the pricing? Jon Prosser (via 9to5Google) confirmed that the Pixel 7a will start at $499, while the Pixel Fold is said to cost $1.799.