Anyone who wants to take a look at unreleased cell phones that have been circulating in the rumor mill for years seems to have a relatively good chance in the New York subway. That’s where a Reddit user snapped some blurry images of the upcoming Google Pixel Fold today. However, unfortunately only of the cover display.
According to the original post, the images show a Google employee holding the Pixel Fold. In addition to the external display you can see relatively conspicuous black bezels. The form factor seems to go more in the direction of the Oppo Find N2 than the narrower Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 (review). The current rumors about the form factor of the Google smartphone, which also assume a compact cover display and a large main display, also fit in with this.
The Google Pixel Fold should bring a 7.57-inch foldable screen and a 5.78-inch panel on the outside. Both screens are made by Samsung Display. The battery should have a capacity of 4,700 mAh. There are also reports that mass production will start in the third quarter. The prices are also on par with Samsung – the Pixel Fold is expected to cost $1,800 at launch. The annual Google I/O conference will take place on May 10th and could provide the appropriate setting for the official presentation.