More images of the Google Pixel Fold appear in white, with additional dimension details and a different rear camera arrangement

Detailed information about the Google Pixel Fold, along with some dimensions, has emerged thanks to the efforts of well-known leaker OnLeaks, which has collaborated with a publication to provide additional images from different angles. Earlier, we reported on the first wave of Pixel Fold renders, along with a rumored $1,799.99 price tag, which would make it an expensive flagship when it officially launches, assuming the number is correct.

Google’s Pixel Fold is expected to be launched in May next year, Sporting Tensor G2

Shows made thanks to Howtoisolve, with a 360-degree view clip at the bottom. The images show the Pixel Fold in white, along with the following dimensions for those interested. Keep in mind that the numbers are not final and could change when the official product is here for the fans.

  • Indoor display – 7.69 inch panel
  • Cover screen – 5.79 inches
  • Overall Dimensions – Approx. 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.7mm (8.3mm including rear camera bump)

The SIM tray is said to be located on the bottom edge of the cover screen, with the USB-C port at the bottom. Unsurprisingly, the renders don’t show 3.5mm audio, though for a device this size Google would have had plenty of room to incorporate one, but the tech giant seems to prefer going with the trend rather than against it. There are also two speakers, one of which is located at the top edge of the primary screen, with the second unit located near the charging port.

While it would have been ideal to have a total of four speakers, especially considering the Pixel Fold will top out as a large smartphone, a two-speaker configuration is acceptable if the quality of the units is above average. According to the specifications, the Pixel Fold will feature Google’s custom Tensor G2 silicone, the same as the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

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A previously leaked benchmark revealed that the Tensor G2’s performance is low compared to the competition, so Google will likely rely on extensive optimizations to deliver that smooth experience. Thankfully, the leaked Geekbench 5 results revealed that the Pixel Fold will have 12GB of RAM, so that should come in handy when it comes to allowing apps to continue running in the background.

For other aspects, we have to wait until the first units officially hit the market, so stay tuned.

News source: Howtoisolve

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