Is this what a Google Pixel Fold phone would look like?

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Although Google is yet to officially confirm the existence of the Pixel Fold – a camera phone that’s been rumored for a few years now – last month we were treated to leaked specs (opens in new tab) courtesy of 91mobiles (opens in new tab). Well, now there are renders to look at, too, courtesy of FrontPageTech (opens in new tab), which has also uploaded a video to its YouTube channel (opens in new tab)

It’s important to note that these aren’t official renders from Google itself, but rather renders created based on “images and other stuff” provided by FrontPageTech’s sources…

The renders aren’t shocking, which sort of makes them more believable –FrontPageTech’s Jon Prosser, a noted leaker, says he’s “very, very confident in this information.”

Google Pixel Fold

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As you can see the Pixel Fold is alleged via these renders to have a large camera block on the back – like the one seen on the Google Pixel 7 (opens in new tab) – and a non-foldable secondary screen. When it is folded it looks quite like a beefed-up Pixel 7 and that’s no bad thing – it’s a great-looking phone. 

If Google made a Foldable phone, would it be one of the best camera phone (opens in new tab)s? Certainly one of the best Google Pixel phone (opens in new tab)s, for sure.

Google Pixel Fold

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When unfolded the display looks to become very large, but the renders don’t show a punch-hole camera as per the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 (opens in new tab), which is what we’d have expected. Instead, the Pixel Fold looks to have big bezels above and below the display with the selfie camera housed in one of them.

FrontPageTech (opens in new tab) has shared that the Pixel Fold’s cameras on both screens are allegedly 9.5MP. The phone is supposed to be made from metal and glass, reminiscent of the Pro phones maybe, making it heavy. It’s said to come in either white and black colorways. 

As you may expect, the phone is said to support 5G. There’s said to be a fingerprint sensor built into the power button and speakers on the top and bottom edges – nothing too crazy. 

Google has never confirmed the existence of the phone – a break in its recent pattern of leaking its own products before anyone else can, but FrontPageTech's sources say it’s being referred to as the Pixel Fold internally and we think this will indeed be its actual name. The best Flip phones & best fold phones (opens in new tab) are relatively new to the market and haven't come without their design issues. It'll be interesting to see whether a company as big as Google can make a flawless camera phone.

Google Pixel Fold

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Google Pixel Fold: Price and Availability 

The Pixel Fold is alleged to be available from May and is said to cost $1,799 (roughly £1,520) – flagship foldables are notoriously expensive so this sounds about as we’d expect and put it in the same range as the Samsung’s Z Fold 4, which will be it’s main rival. 

These are the best Google Pixel phone (opens in new tab)s right now. And if you're keen to explore Apple, check out our guide to the best iPhone for photography (opens in new tab).

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Rachael is a British journalist with 18 years experience in the publishing industry. Since working on www.digitalcameraworld.com (opens in new tab), she’s been freelancing, and contributing to some of the world’s best-loved websites and magazines including T3.com and TechRadar.com and has also had a book, iPad for Photographers, published. She's currently acting as editor of 5GRadar.com - a website specializing in the latest cellular technology.