Tech giant Google’s upcoming foldable smartphone Pixel Fold will reportedly feature a 7.67-inch interior screen.
YouTuber Dave2D, who posts technology-related videos, published a video featuring a replica of the rumoured foldable Pixel made of plastic, reports The Verge.
It is expected to come with a 7.67-inch interior screen with thick bezels around 5mm.
The foldable smartphone is likely to feature a 5.79-inch outer screen which is a little shorter and wider than Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4.
Moreover, it is expected to have speaker grills at the top and bottom.
The device is likely to be revealed at Google I/O, the tech giant’s annual developer conference, in May this year, but some leaks suggest a fall launch, the report said.
In November last year, it was reported that the tech giant was planning to launch its first foldable smartphone at a price of $1,799 in May this year, alongside the Pixel Tablet.
The new device is likely to come in two colour variants — Chalk (white) and Obsidian (black).
Some sources had claimed that the Pixel Fold is expected to feature the “usual Pixel-esque performance” and the Pixel flagship camera.
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