Pixel Fold Confirmed: See Google's First Foldable Phone Before I/O

From CNET: It's official. The Pixel Fold is real. After months of rumors, Google on Thursday offered up a look at the Pixel Fold, confirming that the company plans to launch its first foldable phone soon. A page in the Google store and a video posted to Twitter show several views of the phone.

Google didn't provide any specifications for the device, but the teaser video shows it has a full outer display that opens up to a larger inner display, similar to Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold phones. The inner display is rumored to measure 7.69 inches, while the outer one could be 5.79 inches.

We also get a glimpse of the Pixel Fold's rear camera bump, which looks similar to other Pixel phones, though it's unclear exactly what the setup will be. Rumors have suggested the phone could have a 50-megapixel main camera along with two 12-megapixel cameras and an 8-megapixel one.

The company will offer more details about the Pixel Fold at Google I/O on May 10. The phone is rumored to go on sale in June and could cost between $1,400 and $1,800. Google's teasers for the Pixel Fold just say that it's "coming soon."

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