Rumors about the Google Pixel Fold have been around for almost two years and today we finally get the first live video of the upcoming foldable. Tipster Kuba Wojciechowski shared the short clip with a length of only 6 seconds on Twitter.
According to the video, the Google Pixel Fold will look exactly as most renders have predicted so far. Unfortunately, this also includes a noticeably thick frame around the foldable main display. According to the video, the overall size is similar to the Oppo Find N2.
Based on the latest rumors, the Google Pixel Fold will have a 7.6-inch main display and a 5.8-inch cover display. Both panels are expected to be based on OLED technology and offer a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The dimensions are said to be 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7 mm (8.3 mm including the camera module) and a Tensor G2 chipset sits at the helm.
Google’s first foldable device is expected to be unveiled at its in-house developer conference, Google I/O, which starts on May 10. The open sale is scheduled to start around six weeks later at the end of June. There are already reports on the prices – the Pixel Fold is said to start at $1,799 (€1,634). Carbon (black) and porcelain (white) are available as color options.