Pixel Fold 2 renders showcase the phone's larger displays

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Google‘s Pixel Fold 2 has shown up in some new renders alongside a 5K CAD 360-degree video. There are a few takeaways but it’s important to note that these are just CAD renders and not official promotional images from Google. That being said, it does provide a good look at what the phone is probably going to look like. Based on the images and the 360-degree video, the Pixel Fold 2 is going to come with larger displays on both the inside and outside of the phone.

The images come from OnLeaks who has a good track record for leaking product designs. The CAD renders are also in collaboration with Smartprix, which details some of the phone’s specs too. Although nothing is official, Smartprix says the phone will come with a 6.4-inch outer display. This is about the same size as what was initially rumored when a render video leaked back on February 16. Although the size mentioned in that video was 6.5 inches. When it comes to the inner display that you interact with in the unfolded state, the phone is said to come with a display that measures 7.9 inches diagonally. These sizes are compared to the 5.8-inch outer display and 7.6-inch inner display of the original model.

It’s important to note that the overall design of this phone has leaked a couple of times before. In addition to the above-mentioned render video leak, an image of the phone leaked back on February 7 as well. Since that time, the design of the phone hasn’t changed. So today’s render video adds a little more weight to the fact that this is probably the final design.

Pixel Fold 2 renders reveal the phone’s triple camera setup

Yet another detail that Google seems to be shaking up is the rear camera setup. As seen in previous leaks, the Pixel Fold 2 is set to feature a triple rear camera setup. The main difference is that Google won’t use the longer, more narrow camera bar like on the original Fold. Instead, the company is replacing that with a rounded square-shaped camera island that holds three camera sensors, the LED flash, and one or two more sensors that could be for “focusing” according to Smartprix.

It also looks like the selfie camera in the unfolded state is now an in-display hole-punch-style camera instead of being placed in the bezels. And that would largely be due to the much smaller bezels of this new design. The hinge is getting an update too and appears slightly more flat when the phone is folded up.

The leak doesn’t talk much about internal hardware specs, but it’s already been rumored that Google will be using the Tensor G4 chip for this upcoming device, along with an upgrade to 16GB of RAM.