Less than two weeks remain until Google I/O and Pixel leaks begin to appear thick and fast. Evan Blass, a leaker and former editor at Engadget, shared two 4K renders of the Pixel Fold via The Verge on Friday. The images almost undoubtedly originated from Google, making them our most complete glimpse at the device to date.
Unfortunately, Blass did not post an image of the front of the foldable, so we cannot compare the renderings to the alleged video of the Pixel Fold that leaker Kuba Wojciechowski uploaded on April 21. Moreover, the single depiction of the Fold’s rear cover does not convey how prominent the camera protrusion is. However, they do reveal a device that appears to be more streamlined than previous leaks. According to reports, the Pixel Fold will cost $1,700 when it launches later this year. The device will feature a 7.6-inch foldable display and a 5.8-inch external screen, according to a recent CNBC report. According to rumors, it will also feature the “most durable hinge” of any foldable device to date. Based on the images shared by Blass, there may be some validity to this claim.
Separately, Blass shared a photo of the Pixel 7a in an eye-catching coral hue. Google is anticipated to offer its next midrange device in blue, black, and white, and it may cost $50 more than its predecessor. Google I/O is scheduled for May 10, so anticipate learning more about the Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a in the near future.
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