It’s time for some Google Pixel action even as images of both the Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a have leaked ahead of their official showcase. Renders of Google’s first foldable phone have arrived in their full glory while shots of an unboxed Pixel 7a have also littered the Internet ahead of time.
The ever-so-reliable Evan Blass has posted official-looking renders of the Pixel Fold, showing the rear cameras and the exterior display of the upcoming handset. Despite giving us a clear view of the phone’s exterior, these renders have shied away from offering a look at the interior display.
These images make it clear that you can expect a triple camera setup on the back of the Pixel Fold. And it could very well carry the same sensors that form part of the Pixel 7 Pro handset.
The front camera arrangement is also similar to that of the flagship phone, with a hole-punch cutout occupying space at the top of the display. Another camera is expected to be incorporated into the interior display.
As for the Pixel 7a, its rear design is pretty clearly visible in the unboxing images that have arrived via the SnoopyTech Twitter account. Worth mentioning here is that the phone looks set to arrive in a new blue shade that’s similar to the Barely Blue option that was offered with the Pixel 4a.
The Pixel 7a is likely to ship with the Tensor G2 chip at its heart, with 8GB worth of RAM delivering support. It is also believed to have grabbed an OLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate.
Both Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a are expected to be unveiled on May 10 at the Google I/O conference. Stay tuned for the same.