We didn't hear anything official about the Google Pixel Fold during the debut of the Google Pixel 7, Google Pixel 7 Pro, and Google Pixel Watch - but a recent leak indicates that a foldable phone from Google is on its way.
The people at 91mobiles, who are usually correct with their predictions, have obtained access to various specs for the foldable, including information regarding the device's size and shape, as well as certain display and camera specifics.
The screen panels are reportedly being ordered from Samsung (as previously reported) and will have a resolution of 2208 x 1840. The display is expected to have an average brightness of 800 nits, a maximum brightness of 1,200 nits, and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. Meanwhile, the unfurled device's entire dimensions are claimed to measure 123 mm x 148 mm.
The Pixel Fold is believed to include a back camera with Sony IMX787 main (64MP), IMX386 (12.2MP) ultra-wide, and S5K3J1 (10MP) telephoto lenses. The interior display camera is said to be a Sony IMX355 (8MP) sensor, while the outside display camera is an S5K3J1 (10MP).
Some of those sensor characteristics have been discussed previously, but as we approach closer to the Pixel Fold's debut, the specifics are starting to come together from many sources - which makes it more probable that they are correct.
In terms of release, the foldable phone is largely projected to make its debut in 2023. (after originally being rumored for 2022). The price, as always, will be critical, and it is likely to be around $1,400 (approximately £1,255 / AU$2,260).