Google is going to announce its first foldable phone, Pixel Fold during their annual developer conference, Google I/O. Google I/O is going to be held on May 10th this year (2023). The company is going to reveal a bunch of new devices like Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel 7a during the conference.
They revealed everything to the public by posting a brief video teaser to its Twitter account. So now we also know what it looks like.
Numerous leaks and rumors have already claimed that the Pixel Fold is larger than Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold4 and more equivalent to Oppo's Find N and Find N2. It is smaller overall and has an interior screen that is landscape when you unfold it. According to CNBC, the size of the Pixel is going to be 5.8 inches (147.32 mm) as a phone and 7.6 inches (193.04 mm) as a tablet.
It should weigh 283g, and be powered by Google's Tensor G2 SoC. It maybe has a little larger battery than the Galaxy Z Fold4. Google's first foldable will go on sale on June 27 for a suggested retail price of $1,799 in the US.
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