After various rumors and about-faces, it now looks as if the Google Pixel Fold would actually come onto the market. A device codenamed Google Felix, rumored to be the Pixel Fold, has now surfaced on Geekbench. Accordingly, Google is actually currently testing the foldable in order to officially present it next year.
However, the Google Pixel Fold could also be confused with a Pixel 7 Pro relatively easily, since it also has a Tensor G2 chipset with 12 GB of RAM. Accordingly, the specifications provided by Geekbench are identical to those of the Pixel 7 Pro. The renders so far also show a pretty similar design to the Pixel 7 Pro.
Google Pixel Fold renders
There are two camera modules with a steel frame in between and a triple camera that could very well have the same 0.5x-1x-5x setup. According to the latest rumors the Pixel Fold has an 8-inch main display and a 6.19-inch cover display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The maximum brightness is said to be 1,200 nits, which would be a very good value for a folding display. There are two selfie cameras, each with 9.5 megapixels. The price will be around 1,800 US dollars at launch.
The official presentation of the Google Pixel Fold should take place at the next Google I/O in May 2023.