The Google Pixel Fold was shown to us by Jon Prosser not long ago. He released images based on the actual product. Now, @OnLeaks partnered up with HowToiSolve to bring us CAD-based renders of the device.
The Google Pixel Fold CAD-based images and video surface
In the gallery below the article, you can see a number of Google Pixel Fold images, and a video showing off the device from various angles. This is, in a way, the best look at the phone we have thus far.
Why? Well, this is what the final product will most likely look like. These are, in a way, more accurate than previous renders, as they do give us an idea of how large the phone will be.
The source reports that the Pixel Fold will roughly measure 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3mm including the camera bump). These are its unfolded dimensions. Its inner display will measure 7.69 inches, while the outer panel will measure 5.79 inches. Based on the images, when unfolded, its orientation will lean towards the landscape side. So it will be more like the OPPO Find N than the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in that regard.
Size-wise, it will be somewhere between the Galaxy Z Fold 4 & OPPO Find N
So, when it comes to size, it will sit somewhere between the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and OPPO Find N. The phone will be made out of metal and glass. The phone will include a side-facing fingerprint scanner, it will be included in its power/lock button.
The rear camera bump will resemble the one on the Pixel 7 Pro, but only partially. The camera setup seems to be similar, a pill-shaped cutout next to a regular circular cutout. The camera island itself will protrude from the back of the phone, it won’t connect to the side frame. It will protrude quite a bit, it seems, 2.6mm based on the provided dimensions.
There will be a display camera hole on the cover display. On the main display, you won’t see one, as the selfie camera will sit inside the top bezel of the device.
The phone will arrive in Black and Silver color options, and will include stereo speakers. The Pixel Fold is tipped to ship with the Tensor G2 SoC from Google, and high-end specs. It may even include the same camera setup as the Pixel 7 Pro.
If you’d like to know more about the device, check out our Pixel Fold preview.
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