Google Pixel Fold images released officially released, confirmed its design

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Google has officially released Google Pixel Fold images that provide clear insights about the phone’s design. Although the pictures and videos of the device were displayed in a short video before, along with CAD-based renders, But what is released today is official from the original sources.

Google Pixel Fold has been confirmed through its officially released images

These images were released via prominent tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks). The images were released, through which we can clearly depict the features of the upcoming device.

Through the shared images, the first one displays the back side of the device in a folded manner. The image is able to display both, including its cover and backplate. The device looks pretty similar to a blend of the Google Pixel 7 Pro and the OPPO Find N2.

The Find N2 features are quite prominent, with the addition of the Pixel 7’s pro camera at the back. It can be seen in its unfolded state.

On the other hand, the second image provides a display of the phone’s cover in a folded manner. The corners of the display are rounded, and the display seems not to be that thick. A display camera hole is centered on the top of the device.

The main display of the device can be figured out from these images

These images aren’t showing up on the display of the device. But as with the information combined from previous leaks and videos, those bezels look weird. The bezels on the top and bottom will be thicker in comparison to the ones on the sides. Although there will be no camera hole present here.

This device will contain metal and glass for its body. The device became official during the Google I/O keynote on May 10. The device is estimated to cost $1,799 but will be available on sale after June 27. You can check the pixel-fold preview for more information.