Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Google is all set to launch its first-ever foldable smartphone, the Pixel Fold, later this year.

With an outer display measuring 5.8 inches, the Pixel Fold will open like a book to expose a small tablet-sized 7.6-inch screen, the same size as the Galaxy Z Fold 4.

Here’s the Google Pixel Fold, including its design, specifications, features, and expected price.

Design and Specifications:

According to reports, the Pixel Fold will be water-resistant and pocket-sized, making it easy to carry around.

It will have an outer display measuring 5.8 inches and will open up to reveal a 7.6-inch inner screen. The device will be powered by Google's Tensor G2 chip, which was also used in last year's Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones.

Google says that the Pixel Fold will have a bigger battery that can last for 24 hours, or even up to 72 hours in low-power mode.

The back of the phone will have three cameras and an LED flash arranged in a raised rectangular shape.


The SIM tray will be located at the base edge of the outer screen, and a USB-C charging port will be at the bottom part of the edge of the foldable screen.

The device will not have a 3.5mm jack visible in the leaked photos, but two speakers - one at the upper edge of the main screen and one close to the USB-C port at the lower edge of the outer display - will be seen in the photos.

Mic ports will be seen both at the top and bottom edges of the device.

Expected Price:

The report suggests that the Pixel Fold will be priced at around $1,700, which is approximately INR 1,39,800 in India. It will compete with other high-end foldable devices priced at around $1,799 (INR 1,47,900).