More details about the long-rumored Google Pixel Fold have now surfaced online, and it looks like the device will be even more compact than we previously assumed. The latest leak suggests that Google will opt for a similar form factor for the Oppo Find N.
Popular leaker OnLeaks claims that the Google Pixel Fold will measure around 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm unfolded, making it slightly wider than the Oppo Find N and roughly the same height. However, it will be much wider and shorter than the Galaxy Z Fold 4, which makes it less of a hassle. The device will also be slimmer than both, but the massive camera bump will increase its thickness to 8.3mm.
OnLeaks also reveals that the Google Pixel Fold will carry a 7.69-inch foldable display with a right-aligned cutout at the top edge for the selfie camera and a 5.79-inch display with a centered punch-hole. The leaker also shared HD renders confirming the design we saw for the first time last month.
As you can see in the attached renders, the Google Pixel Fold will have a camera protector on the back that looks like the Pixel 7 Pro but doesn’t flush on the sides. It will have a triple camera setup, LED flash, and microphone. The device’s cover screen will have rounded edges and thick bezels, and its foldable main screen will also get similar treatment. The Pixel Fold’s volume rocker and power button will be located on the right edge, with the power button doubling as a fingerprint scanner.
Although OnLeaks hasn’t shared more details about the Pixel Fold’s hardware, we suspect it will pack Google’s Tensor G2 SoC. On the software front, the phone will likely run Android 13 out of the box with optimizations to help users get the most out of its foldable screen. Rumor has it that Google may announce the Pixel Fold in May next year at a price of $1,799, but we’ll have to wait a few months to find out for sure.
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