With several announcements anticipated for the Google I/O 2023 keynote, which begins on May 10, Google is in for a busy May. Next week, the business is expected to unveil the new Pixel 7a smartphone, and it now seems the first Google foldable gadget will be included in the portfolio.
Thanks to the dependable leaker Evan Blass, the Google Pixel Fold has been revealed in all its splendor. By looking at the images, it is obvious that Google is attempting to offer the best features possible without overcharging for the item.
There is nothing improper in stealing the design's layout from the Pixel 7 line of devices. The Pixel Fold seems to have a lot of intriguing features, but the one thing that should raise any red flags is the display's wide bezels, which are completely out of step with 2023 fashion trends.
The camera module has a bar with three camera sensors on it, the specifics of which are currently unknown. The general ergonomics of the Pixel folding will be optimized for a pleasant grasp since the design profile of the Pixel Fold is more akin to the Oppo Find N2 than the tall Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 variant.
You have a front camera constructed into the punch hole cutout, and the exterior screen seems to be rather acceptable. And when you unfold the Pixel Fold, the screen is surrounded by large bezels, at least according to the images. Having said that, there are no creases visible on the display, which is encouraging. We are optimistic that the first-ever Pixel foldable phone has been optimized with a functioning version of Android since Google has been working on making Android compatible with flexible smartphones.
According to reports, the Pixel Fold will cost $1300 (about Rs. 1,04,000). Therefore, it is crucial that Google outperforms Samsung and other brands with its first-generation foldable.