Google Pixel Fold: The Google Pixel Fold has long been rumored to be on the cards. Google’s foldable smartphone was unveiled by the end of 2021. But after that, reports indicated that it could launch this year. The latest leak reveals that Google could still launch the Pixel Fold by the end of this year. For those who want to know what this might look like, take a look.
According to rumors, the smartphone will be a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold-style smartphone that will unfold to reveal a tablet-sized display. In the Android 12 Beta, there were also references to a device codenamed “Passport” – Pixel Fold’s codename.
Evan Blass (@evleaks), a well-known leaker, has revealed the latest information. He announced on Twitter that the Google smartphone, codenamed Passport (and expected to be called the Pixel Fold), will be released by the end of the year. “Heard from someone I trust that the foldable Pixel — codename: Passport, retail branding: unknown — will launch before the end of the year,” he wrote. They’ve reportedly been working on this device for more than two years, and if the P6 is any indication, it’ll be worth checking out.”
The Google Pixel Fold is expected to come with a Samsung 7.6-inch folding LTPO display. It could have a refresh rate of 120Hz. As of now, there is no other concrete information about the Pixel Fold. It will, however, most likely compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold series. If the past is any indication, we should expect more leaks and rumors for Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphone. As the company isn’t known for keeping secrets until they’re released. Almost all previous Pixel smartphones were leaked online before they were released.
Previously, “Passport,” as well as previous Android 12 beta and developer preview releases, had been leaked.