Google Pixel Fold with Tensor G2, 7.6-inch foldable & 5.8″ outer 120Hz OLED displays, water-resistant design, compact foldable design launched globally: Price, Specifications

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* Google Pixel Fold runs on Android 14
* Pixel Fold has access to Google One VPN
* Google is promising five years of Pixel updates for the foldable.

The Google Pixel Fold was announced at I/O 2023 on Thursday as the company’s first-ever foldable smartphone. Google claims this is one of the thinnest foldables on the market. It has a Galaxy Fold 4-like design language in that it opens and closes like a book.

There’s a punch-hole cover display, a 7.6-inch flexible display, and a multi-purpose hinge design.

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Google says the Pixel Fold has a durable hinge and its design allows you to use the device in multiple ways while taking pictures and even communicating with people.
Google has, of course, introduced some foldable-specific software features, such as Dual Screen Interpreter Mode that enables real-time live translation between two people using the two displays.

Google Pixel Fold Price, Availability

Google Pixel Fold

* The Google Pixel Fold is priced at USD 1,799 (approx Rs 1,47,000)

* You can pre-order the Pixel Fold in the US starting today, and customers can get a Pixel Watch for free.

* The Pixel Fold will ship to customers in June.

Has Google launched the Pixel Fold in India?

Google Pixel Fold

No, Google has not launched the Pixel Fold in India yet. The foldable phone will be available in the US, Germany, Japan, and the UK. There is no word yet on whether the company plans to bring the foldable phone to the country. Only the Pixel 7a has been released in India for now.

Google Pixel Fold Specifications

Google Pixel Fold

* 7.6-inch (1840 x 2208 pixels) 6:5 aspect ratio OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, 380 PPI, up to 1450 nits peak brightness, Ultra Thin Glass with protective plastic layer

* 5.8-inch (1080 x 2092 pixels) 17.4:9 aspect ratio FHD+ OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, 408 PPI, up to 1550 nits peak brightness, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection

* Google Tensor G2 processor with Titan M2 security chip

* 12GB LPDDR5 RAM, 256GB / 512GB UFS 3.1 storage

* Android 13

* Dual SIM (Single Nano SIM and eSIM)

* 48MP rear camera with 1/2″ sensor f/1.7 aperture, OIS, CLAF, 10.8MP 121.1° Ultra-wide camera with f/2.2 aperture, 10.8MP telephoto camera with f/3.05 aperture, 5x optical zoom, 20x Super Res zoom, LDAF sensor, 4K video recording

* 9.5MP front camera with f/2.2 aperture

* 8MP front camera for inner display with ƒ/2.0 aperture

* Side-mounted fingerprint scanner

* USB Type-C audio, Stereo speakers

* Water-resistant (IPX8)

* Dimensions: 139.7mm x 79.5mm (158.7mm unfolded) x 12.1mm (5.8mm unfolded); Weight: 283g

* 5G SA/NA, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 6E 802.11 ax  (2.4/5 GHz), Bluetooth 5.2 LE, GPS, USB Type C 3.2 gen 2, NFC

* 4821mAh battery with over 24 hours of battery life, up to 72 hours with extreme battery saver, 30W wired charging, wireless charging


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Key Specs

Processor Google Tensor G2
Rear Camera 48 MP + 10 MP + 10 MP
Front Camera 10 MP
Battery 4500 mAh
Display 7.6 inches (19.3 cm)


Launch Date May 10, 2023 (Unofficial)
Operating System Android v13


Chipset Google Tensor G2
CPU Octa core (2.85 GHz, Dual core, Cortex X1 + 2.35 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A78 + 1.8 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A55)
Architecture 64 bit
Fabrication 4 nm
Graphics Mali-G710 MC10


Display Type OLED
Screen Size 7.6 inches (19.3 cm)
Resolution 1840 x 2208 pixels
Pixel Density 378 ppi
Bezel-less display Yes with punch-hole display
Touch Screen Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
Brightness 1200 nits
Refresh Rate 120 Hz


Camera Setup Triple
Resolution 48 MP f/1.7, Primary Camera(2″ sensor size)10 MP f/2.2, Ultra-Wide Angle Camera
10 MP f/3.0, Telephoto Camera
Sensor IMX787, Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor
Autofocus Yes
Flash Yes, LED Flash
Image Resolution 8000 x 6000 Pixels
Settings Exposure compensation, ISO control
Shooting Modes Continuous Shooting
Camera Features Digital Zoom
Auto Flash
Face detection
Touch to focus
Camera Setup Single
Resolution 10 MP f/2.2, Primary Camera


Capacity 4500 mAh
Type Li-Polymer
Removable No
Wireless Charging Yes
Quick Charging Yes, Fast
USB Type-C Yes


Internal Memory 256 GB
Expandable Memory No
Storage Type UFS 3.1

Network & Connectivity

SIM Slot(s) Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
SIM Size SIM1: Nano, SIM2: eSIM
Network Support 5G Not Supported in India, 4G Supported in India, 3G, 2G
4G Bands:
TD-LTE 2300(band 40)
FD-LTE 1800(band 3)
3G Bands:
UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz
2G Bands:
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
4G Bands:
TD-LTE 2300(band 40)
FD-LTE 1800(band 3)
3G Bands:
UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz
2G Bands:
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
Wi-Fi Yes, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax) 5GHz
Wi-Fi Features Mobile Hotspot
Bluetooth Yes, v5.2
GPS Yes with A-GPS, Glonass
USB Connectivity Mass storage device, USB charging


FM Radio No
Loudspeaker Yes
Audio Jack USB Type-C


Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Fingerprint Sensor Position Side
Other Sensors Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope

FAQ’s on Google Pixel Fold

1) What is Google Pixel Fold specifications

Ans) * Display: 5.8-inch cover display and 7.6-inch flexible screen. Both are OLED panels with 120Hz refresh rate
* Processor: The foldable phone is powered by the Tensor G2 chip
* RAM: The device comes in a single 12GB RAM variant
* Storage: The Pixel Fold will be offered in 256GB or 512GB of storage
* Cameras: There are two 8.3MP cameras (one on the cover screen and one on the inner display. You get a 48MP + 10.8MP + 10.8MP triple rear camera system.
* Camera features: The Pixel Fold gets Super Res Zoom with 5x optical zoom, Real Tone, Night Sight, Portrait photography, and 10-bit HDR Video
* Battery: A 4,800mAh battery is housed inside the Pixel Fold that supports 30W charging
* IP rating: The Pixel Fold is IPX8 rated for water resistance
* OS: Google’s foldable phone ships with Android 13 and will get updated to Android 14 later this year.

2) Google I/O 2023: Pixel Fold Steals The Show With Its Revolutionary Design, Top-End Specifications.Details?

Ans) Google has finally unveiled its long-awaited foldable smartphone, the Pixel Fold, at this year’s I/O conference. With rumors and leaks circulating for years, tech enthusiasts and Pixel fans alike have been eagerly anticipating the official announcement. And now, it’s finally here.

The Pixel Fold features a unique mini-tablet-shaped design that sets it apart from other foldable devices on the market. It boasts a stunning 7.6-inch flexible OLED display that can fold in half to easily fit into your pocket or purse. The device comes in two elegant colors: porcelain and obsidian.

Under the hood, the Pixel Fold is powered by the Tensor G2 chipset, Google’s latest and most powerful mobile processor yet. This ensures a smooth and seamless performance, even when running multiple apps or demanding games.

One of the standout features of the Pixel Fold is the dual screen interpreter mode, which allows for split-screen mode with two apps side by side. This is particularly useful for multitasking and productivity, as well as for using the device as a mini-laptop replacement.

For added security and convenience, the Pixel Fold comes with Pixel safe, Pixel speech, and Pixel assist, which enable users to keep their personal information safe and access the device’s features with voice commands. Additionally, media drag and drop is supported, making it easy to transfer files between the Pixel Fold and other devices.

The camera setup on the Pixel Fold is also impressive, featuring a high-quality lens that takes stunning photos and videos. It is also equipped with Pixel speech, which allows for hands-free operation of the camera and other features.
Overall, the Google Pixel Fold is a highly anticipated device that combines cutting-edge

technology with innovative design. Its impressive features and powerful performance make it a top contender in the foldable smartphone market. The Pixel Fold is set to launch in June at a price point of $1800.

3) What is Google Pixel Fold price list?

Ans) Google Pixel Fold price in US (United States):$1799
Google Pixel Fold price in UK (United
Kingdom): £1749
Google Pixel Fold price in Germany: Ab 1.899€
Google Pixel Fold price in Japan: ¥ 21,083

4) What is Pricing and availability of Google pixel Fold?

Ans) The Google Pixel Fold comes in Porcelain and Obsidian colours and is priced at $1799 (Rs. 1,47,410 approx.) for the 256GB model and the 512GB model costs $1919 (Rs. 1,57,240 approx.).

It is available to order in the US and will roll out soon. There is a free Pixel Watch for pre-orders. It will also be available in Germany, Japan and United Kingdom soon.

5) Google Pixel Fold might be the cleanest foldable device.Details?

Ans) Expected hardware specifications
The most eye-catching among all the features that the Pixel foldable is expected to have is its design element. The device has unnoticeably thin bezels, and the initial renders posted by Google on Twitter look stunning.

The Google Pixel Fold’s Tensor G2 processor, 8 gigabytes of RAM, a sizable 120Hz 7.6-inch OLED or AMOLED display, and a triple camera setup on the back panel are the key specifications we expect to see in the box. We can expect Google’s latest foldable to have the same beautiful, color-accurate images that it is known for producing for its software processing.

The Google Pixel Fold’s Tensor G2 processor, 8 gigabytes of RAM, a sizable 120Hz 7.6-inch OLED or AMOLED display, and a triple camera setup on the back panel are the key specifications we expect to see in the box. We can expect Google’s latest foldable to have the same beautiful, color-accurate images that it is known for producing for its software processing.

The price point where Google would like to attract customers with its phones is around $1650, which is the average price at which Samsung typically releases its Galaxy Fold smartphones. This selling price will be insanely attractive for a foldable device that offers the cleanest Android experience with user customizability.

We were expecting the device to be announced during the Google I/O event as per past rumors, and today Google officially confirmed its launch date to be May 10. On the same day, the product will also be up for preorder on the Google Store, giving eager consumers and enthusiasts first dibs.

It will open a little later, on May 30, for wireless carriers and other retailers. The date of the final retail release is currently projected to be June 27.
The Pixel foldable might not be affordable for everyone, but it is not insanely expensive considering its gorgeous design and Pixel-grade cameras. So far, the device seems pretty promising, and we have to wait for the official release of the smartphone to confirm what specs it will hold.

Along with the Pixel 7a and Fold, the Google Tablet will likely receive some announcements at the I/O 2023 event. We can only wait until that time, and Google has shown that it was worthwhile to wait for its product.

6) What is Google Pixel Fold price and release date?

Ans) The Google Pixel Fold was announced at Google I/O, following an official tease on 4 May that confirmed the date and revealed the design. The Pixel Fold is priced at $1800 in the US, while it costs £1750 in the UK. That’s right, this is an expensive device, outstripping the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 when it comes to price.
The Google Pixel Fold is going on pre-order through the Google Store, in the US, UK, Germany and Japan initially, so you’ll be able to claim your device – and for those pre-ordering in the US, that will include a free Pixel Watch.
The shipping date is still is going to be around late June or early July.

7) How is Google Pixel Fold design?

Ans) * 139.7 x 79.5 x 12.1mm (folded); 139.7 x 158.7 x 5.8mm (unfolded), 283g
* Book-like foldable design
* Glass and aluminium, IPX8
* Obsidian and Porcelain colours

The Google Pixel Fold is clearly an evolution of the Pixel 7 design, with a similar look to the frame. The camera on the rear sits in a raised section, similar to the camera bar on the Pixel 7 Pro, but it doesn’t stretch right from edge to edge.

Google told us that the big problem with folding phones at the moment is how thick they are when folded, so the aim of the Pixel Fold design was to result in a slimmer device and to offer a more usable external display. At 5.8mm thick when unfolded, it’s going to be slim in the hand – although it’s not the slimmest out there, with the Huawei Mate X3 being just 5.3mm thick – and 11.08mm when folded, about a millimetre thinner than the Pixel Fold. However, the Pixel Fold is slimmer than Samsung’s rival, which is 6.3mm thick unfolded, but up to 15.8mm thick folded because of the hinge design.

Google has used stainless steel for the hinge, with a polished aluminium frame and Gorilla Glass Victus for the cover and rear glass panels. The whole thing has an IPX8 rating, meaning it’s water-resistant, but has no dust protection. The hinge will allow you to stand the phone at various angles, so you can use tabletop mode for taking photos for example, giving you loads of versatility.

There are two colours – Obsidian (black) and Porcelain (white ish) – and as we said, the frame and buttons look like the rest of the pixel family, as do the speaker grilles and everything else. There are stereo speakers supporting spatial audio.

The power button incorporates a fingerprint scanner for unlocking, with facial recognition also supported.

8) How is Pixel Fold display?

Ans) * Internal: 7.6in, OLED, 2208 x 1840 (380ppi), 120Hz, 1450 nits peak, HDR, 24-bit
* Cover: 5.8in, OLED, 2092 x 1080 (408ppi), 120Hz, 1550 nits peak, HDR, 24-bit
There’s a 7.6-inch internal display with a 2208 x 1840 pixel resolution resulting in 380ppi with a 6:5 aspect ratio. This means it’s not quite square, but it is a big space. Google doesn’t declare who the supplier of the folding panel is, but does say that it uses Ultra Thin Glass with a protective plastic layer, so it sounds like it’s a Samsung display. There’s an impressive 1450 nit peak brightness, so that should drive your HDR content really well and make everything look great.

The external display measures 5.8-inches and has a 2092 x 1080 pixel resolution meaning 408ppi and a 17.4:9 aspect ratio. It’s not the largest display on the exterior of a folding phone, but it’s wider than you’ll get from the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, so might prove a little more useful. There’s a punch hole for the exterior camera. Again there’s a 1550 nits peak brightness, and a 1200 nits normal brightness, so the external display should also be great in bright conditions outdoors.

What we don’t really know is what sort of display crease there might be or how well it will withstand vigorous use.

9) What are Pixel Fold hardware specs?

Ans) * Google Tensor G2, 12GB RAM, 256/512GB storage
* 4821mAh, 30W wired, Qi standard wireless charging

The Pixel Fold is powered by Tensor G2. That’s Google’s in-house hardware found in the Pixel 7, which you can read more about in our explainer feature. This chipset might not match up to Snapdragon-powered rivals like the Galaxy Z Fold 4, but it’s still powerful and enables a lot of neat features in the current Pixels. It’s backed by 12GB RAM and 256 or 512GB storage – although there may be some regional variation here.

There’s a 4821mAh battery, which is said to support Google’s 30W charger for faster recharging, while also offering Qi wireless charging. Google says that you’ll get over 24 hours of battery from the Pixel Fold.

As to the actual performance, we don’t yet know exactly what the experience will be like. Google has redesigned a lot of Google apps to make better use of the screen space available for a better tablet-like experience. Until we review the Pixel Fold, however, we won’t know exactly how smooth the experience is. Having used Pixel Tensor G2 devices in the past, we have no doubt it will be nice and fast.

10) How is Pixel Fold cameras?

Ans) * External (triple camera system):
* Main: 48MP, 1/2in sensor, 0.8µm, f/1.7, OIS
* Ultrawide: 10.8MP, 1/3in sensor, 1.25µm, f/2.2, 121.1°
* Telephoto: 10.8MP, 1/3.1in sensor, 1.22µm, f/3.05, 5x optical, 20x Super Res Zoom
* Front: 9.5MP, 1.22µm, f/2.2, fixed focus
* Internal:
* 8MP, 1.12µm, f/2.0, fixed focus

There’s no shortage of cameras on the Pixel Fol; because there’s more sides and ways to hold and use cameras, you end up with effectively two “front” cameras, one on the external display and one on the internal display. Such is the way with this style of folding phone.

It’s also inescapable that the main camera on the rear can be used as a selfie camera too, because you can just open the whole thing up, using the external display as a viewfinder. That means that Google can say this is the highest quality selfie camera it has put on a Pixel phone, because it’s referring to that main rear camera.

Worth noting is the 5x periscope optical zoom and combined hybrid Super Res Zoom out to 20x, as well as the ultrawide, so there’s a full system of cameras to play with here. We suspect that the internal camera is going to be the weakest performer, but it’s also generally the most fiddly to use on a folding phone. We can’t assess the full performance of these cameras until we review the Pixel Fold, but given that much of the performance is driven by Google’s computational algorithms, we are expecting great performance. You’ll get all the fun features like Night Sight, Magic Eraser and more.

11) How is Pixel Fold software?

Ans) * Android 13
* 5 years of updates
Google is keen to point out that a lot of work has been done to improve the software experience for the Pixel Fold. It runs Android 4 and will have 5 years of Pixel Updates, which we suspect will equate to four OS version updates and 5 years of security updates. The modifications made for the larger display include adapting over 50 Google apps and working with partners to create better big screen experiences – that includes apps like Minecraft, Candy Crush, Evernote, Deezer, Kobo, TikTok, Spotify, Disney+ and more.

One of the native elements will be a split screen experience, drag and drop and with that tabletop mode supporting apps like Netflix and youTube. We’ve seen similar from Samsung, but it’s going to be great to see Google offering this natively.

On top of this you’ll get the clean experience that Pixel is known for, avoiding the pre-installs, duplication and bloat that some rivals will push on you. The other side of this benefit is that we’d expect the Pixel Fold to be front of the queue when it comes to updates. That’s on top of the smart functions that Google enables via AI, such as the transcribing recorder, dual screen live translation and a whole lot more.

12) Google Pixel Fold: What happened before launch?

Ans) Here’s everything that’s happened prior to the launch of the Pixel Fold.
5 May 2023: Google officially shows off the Pixel Fold and doesn’t it look slim?
Google has teased the new folding phone not only on social media, but it even has a page on the Google Store for it, inviting people to sign up for more information.

24 April 2023: Here’s the Google Pixel Fold and don’t let those bezels put you off
Is this our best look at the Google Pixel Fold yet?

19 April 2023: Google Pixel Fold leak brings disappointing news, but there’s a silver lining
The Pixel Fold isn’t going to be a cheap option, but there’s at least a silver lining to this cloud.

10 April 2023: Google Pixel Fold tipped for mysterious display upgrade over Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 5
Google could be about to use an upgraded display in its much-rumoured Pixel Fold.

15 March 2023: Google Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a prices revealed by known tipster

14 March 2023: Google Pixel Fold tipped for June launch along with pricing
According to WinFuture and 9to5Google, the listings have revealed the foldable device’s price, color options, and expected launch window.

11 March 2023: Android 14 DP2 readies new features for Pixel Fold
Google is preparing more features for the upcoming Pixel Fold with Android 14. The second Android 14 preview includes desktop mode improvements, details about Face Unlock only working when the Pixel Fold is folded, lockscreen notes, and a possible new feature called “dual_shade” for the notification shad

1 March 2023: Pixel Fold could be revealed soon, shows up at the FCC
A new Pixel phone is with the FCC for testing, but it’s unclear if it’s the Pixel Fold or Pixel 7a.

9 March 2023: Pixel Fold in the wild?
One Reddit user also claims to have seen the Pixel Fold in use on the New York Subway, although the images they shared weren’t too revealing.

8 March 2023: Google I/O 2023 is set
Google has set a date for the annual Google I/O 2023 conference, where the Pixel Fold could be unveiled.

20 February 2023: Google’s Pixel Fold has a larger battery
A source tells 9to5Google that the Pixel Fold will be quite a heavy device, but will make it up with the largest battery to date in a foldable.

17 January 2023: First physical Google Pixel Fold leak promises a small display crease and more
YouTuber Dave2D published a video taking a look at the Pixel Fold and trying to figure out what it might offer.

3 January 2023: Google Pixel Fold likely pushed to Q4 2023 with smaller displays
According to a report from The Elec, mass production won’t kick into gear until the third quarter of 2023 for the Pixel Fold, suggesting that we won’t see an official announcement or release until the fourth quarter.

23 December 2022: Leaked roadmap reveals plans for Google Pixel Fold, Pixel 7a, Pixel 8 and beyond
A roadmap – published by Android Authority with information from unnamed sources – suggests that Google will launch the Pixel Fold and the Pixel 7a around April or May 2023, when we expect Google I/O to take place.

8 December 2022: This Google Pixel Fold leak has all the specs and renders you need
Google’s expected to launch a foldable phone of its very own next year and a leak has given us a great look at what the Pixel Fold will have to offer.

6 December 2022: Google Pixel Fold allegedly hits GeekBench
While the brand is yet to officially acknowledge the device, it may have already appeared on the popular cross-platform benchmarking database, GeekBench.

11 November 2022: Google Pixel Fold first look
Front Page Tech has leaked images, colors, price, and release date of Google’s unannounced Pixel Fold. The colors available are Chalk and Obsidian, with a price of $1,799 and expected release in May 2023. The leak did not reveal other specifications, but sources said to expect the usual Pixel performance and camera treatment.

The Pixel Fold is also said to be really heavy.

14 November 2022: This is Google’s Pixel Fold … probably
Leaker Jon Prosser claims to have seen photos of the device, with renders created to help protect his source.

17 October 2022: Pixel Fold display leak offers more bendy phone info
A new leak might have just given us our clearest information yet as to what the Pixel Fold’s displays will offer come an expected Q1 2023 launch.

14 October 2022: Google Pixel Fold display specifications revealed
Google Pixel Fold’s display specifications have been leaked. The phone will feature Samsung-made displays both internally and externally, with a resolution of 1840×2208, and a peak brightness of 1200 nits. The internal folding screen will support a high refresh rate up to 120Hz. The Pixel Fold is expected to launch in March 2023 and will feature a triple rear camera system.

7 October 2022: Google’s foldable Pixel now rumoured for a Q1 2023 release
The rumoured foldable Google Pixel phone could arrive in the first three months of 2023, according to a tweet by analyst Ross Young.

12 September 2022: Pixel foldable phone details found in Android 13
Android 13, which has started its rollout, reveals details of Google’s planned folding smartphone

26 August 2022: Patent reveals Galaxy Fold-like design
A patent – first filed in 2021 – reveals how Google was intending to design the hinge and incorporate a selfie camera into the bezel of its folding screen.

26 May 2022: Google folding Pixel delayed, again
The Elec reported that people familiar with the matter have claimed the folding Pixel phone has been postponed again as Google not happy yet.

4 May 2022: Google’s foldable phone will have similar internal display size to Z Fold 4
Ross Young claims the folding Pixel will have around the same internal display as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, but a smaller cover display.

15 February 2022: Is Google’s folding Pixel back on track for a 2022 launch?
Ross Young tweeted claiming the folding Pixel display panel was due to go into production in Q3 of 2022 for a launch in Q4 of 2022. He then claimed in the replies to the tweet that it would likely be an October launch and the display will be smaller than that of the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

17 January 2021: Google’s upcoming foldable phone is expected to be called the Pixel Notepad
A source told 9to5Google that the upcoming device will be called the Pixel Notepad and that it is expected to cost less than the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

7 January 2021: Google’s folding Pipit phone reportedly passes through Geekbench, leaving a trail of specs to consider
A phone has passed through Geekbench claiming to be the Pipit, the reported codename for Google’s folding phone.

16 November 2021: Is the Google Pixel Fold cancelled?
It’s claimed that Google decided not to launch the folding phone because of strong market competition.

5 November 2021: Google’s foldable Pixel expected 2022, with Pixel 5 main camera
Google is rumoured to be working on a foldable Pixel smartphone called Pipit and a report from 9to5Google claims it will be arriving in 2022 and feature the Pixel 5’s main camera.

5 October 2021: Will this be what the foldable Pixel phone looks like?
Taking Google’s Pixel 6 as inspiration, some creative types have envisioned what a folding Pixel might look like.

20 September 2021: Google’s folding phone, codename Passport, still on track for 2021 launch
Reliable leaker Evan Blass claimed that a trusted source has confirmed that the Passport – Google’s folding Pixel – will launch in 2021.

20 September 2021: Potential foldable Pixel codenamed Jumbojack pops up in code
A report from 9to5Google references a device codenamed Jumbojack which appeared in details for future Android versions, suggesting Google could be working on a second foldable device.

19 August 2021: The foldable Pixel is probably going to be delayed after all
A new report indicates that Google will most likely be pushing the release date of its folding Pixel until sometime in 2022.
The leaker does state that this doesn’t rule out the possibility of Google at least previewing the phone during the official Pixel 6 series reveal in October, however.

13 August 2021: Google looks to surprise with foldable Pixel phone launching this year
Perhaps the most damning evidence to corroborate the existence of the Pixel Fold comes from directly within Android 12, as references within the code seem to mention a device with a codename dubbed “Passport”, something many in the Google community believe to be a moniker for a foldable Pixel.

19 July 2021: Major leak claims Samsung 120Hz LTPO display will drive most 2021 foldable phones
Ross Young, AKA @DSCCRoss, claimed that the foldable from Google would feature a LTPO 120Hz refresh rate display from Samsung Display.

9 June 2021: Google Pixel foldable to use Samsung display tech and start production in October
Samsung Display is reportedly working with Google to supply its ultra-thin glass (UTG) and flexible OLED panel for a forthcoming foldable Pixel phone.
It is said that the parts will enter production in October 2021, and be supplied to Google fully constructed for a possible phone launch by the end of the year.

25 February 2021: Twitter leaker claims Pixel fold is real
Jon Prosser has added his ¢2, claiming the folding Pixel is real.

23 February 2021: Google could launch a folding Pixel in 2021
Sources talking to The Elec in Korea claim that Samsung Display will be supplying Google with a 7.6-inch folding panel for a future product

10 December 2020: Twitter source reveals H2 2021 folding phone from Google
Ross Young from DSCC mentioned a folding phone from Google due in the second half of 2021.

5 August 2020: Leaked Android documents suggest foldable Pixel
Documents unearthed by 9to5Google reveal a device called Passport, said to be a foldable, set to launch in Q4 2021.

7 May 2019: Google is working on a folding Pixel
Mario Queiroz, former VP of product management at Google, commented to CNET that Google was “prototyping the technology” when talking about folding phones.

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