The much-awaited Google Pixel Fold has been the talk of the town for a while now. Renders, footage, and marketing leaks have been circulating for some time, and now, the first images of the device have surfaced. Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, has shared these images that are believed to be from Google itself.
Although Blass’s Twitter account is private, he has allowed The Verge to share these exclusive 4K images with the public. These images do not reveal anything new that hasn’t already been leaked, and the camera bump height and inside screen cannot be seen. However, the phone looks sleeker than in the previous brief real-world video. The gap between the two halves is small, and the front screen appears to be a rumored 5.8 inches.
In addition to the Pixel Fold images, Blass also leaked a render of what seems to be a beautiful coral Pixel 7A. This leak comes only two days after he leaked the new folding Razr.
The leaked images of the Pixel Fold are sure to excite Google fans, and the sleek design and rumored screen size make it even more interesting. Although there is still much speculation surrounding the device, these images have given us a glimpse of what is to come. With the Pixel 7A leak hot on its heels, it is clear that Google has some exciting releases in store for us.