Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

Pixel Fold 2 leak shows that Google is pursuing innovation

Pixel Fold 2, which is expected to be the last product in Google’s foldable phone series, is on the agenda with leaks that create excitement in the technology world. The draft images shared by Smartprix and revealed by OnLeaks, one of the reliable leak sources, point to a significant change in the design approach in the Pixel series. In the new model, the prominent camera bar that has become standard on every Pixel device, including Google’s Pixel Fold, and extends along the back surface of the device is replaced by a square-shaped camera protrusion positioned in the corner.

Innovation in both design and technology is expected with Google Pixel Fold 2

This design change shows that Google aims to switch to a more minimalist and elegant appearance with the second generation device in the Pixel Fold series. These images, which are in line with the leaks shared by Android expert Mishaal Rahman, confirm the absence of the camera bar and this significant change in design.

Leaks regarding the screen dimensions of the device are also noteworthy. It is stated that the inside screen has been increased to 7.9 inches compared to the first generation device, and the cover screen will be 6.4 inches in size. This means users will have a larger viewing area. It is also stated that Pixel Fold 2 will be 10.54 mm thick when folded and 5.27 mm thick when opened, thus it will have a thinner design.

Leaks show that there will be a punch-hole camera on the inner screen of the device, and the USB-C port, speaker, microphone and SIM tray will be located at the bottom. It is stated that the power and volume buttons will be located on the right side. It is also claimed that the Pixel Fold 2 may come with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 256GB of storage.

Although no official statement has been made by Google yet, there are also speculations about which chipset Pixel Fold 2 will use. If Google introduces the new G4 chipset with this phone, this could push the device’s launch date from next May to later in the year.

Danish Kapoor