The First Official-Looking Image of the Google Pixel Fold Is Here!

Google Pixel Fold

We have had a couple of leaks regarding the Google Pixel Fold over the past few weeks. And as we are closing in towards the Google I/O event, the foldable phone is pretty much ready to be released in the wild. But if you were waiting to get an official glimpse of the device, you do not need to wait till the event.

An official-looking image of the Google Pixel Fold has just been leaked! It is the first image that shows off the striking details of the upcoming foldable phone. And this might be your very first pre-release official look at the device.

Here’s Your Early Official Fix on the Google Pixel Fold

The official-looking image of the Google Pixel Fold was leaked by Evan Blass, who is known to be a very reliable tipster. On a private Twitter account, @evleaks, the leaker shared what appears to be a press render of the device that will likely be used for marketing purposes.

Yes, the image only shows the outside of the Google Pixel Fold. But it is the first time we have had a closer look at the hinge of the device. And truth be told, the hinge appears to be exceptionally thin. Although, the thin-looking hinge could simply be the result of the angle the phone is shown off.

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The leaked image has also confirmed the wider aspect ratio of the outer display. However, as you can see, the aspect ratio of the external display seems shorter than a typical Pixel smartphone. Also, like any other Pixel phone, the Google Pixel Fold will launch with Pixel Launcher baked in.

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Besides that, there’s hardly anything else of value from the new image. But we are hoping to get a full render leak in the upcoming days. And when we do, we will keep you updated. So stay tuned!

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