A new update confirms that the Pixel Fold will indeed be unveiled at I/O 2023 next month and released in June. Additionally, a few additional specifications, such as the device’s weight, have emerged. As indicated by CNBC, referring to inward interchanges, the Pixel Fold will have the most solid depending on a foldable and be water-safe, however, the specific certificate isn’t given.
Based on test conditions for submersion in up to 1.5 meters of freshwater for up to 30 minutes,” Samsung rates its comparable device as IPX8 water resistant. The Galaxy Z Fold series is authoritative “not prompted for ocean side or pool use” and “not dust-safe.”
Similar to the specifications that are currently provided by Google for the Pixel 6a, 7, and 7 Pro, the battery will “last for 24 hours, or up to 72 hours in a low power mode.” Tensor G2 will be its power source.
We receive additional evidence to support the claims that the internal display is 7.6 inches and the external screen is 5.8 inches. In the meantime, the Pixel Fold which we recently detailed was heavier than the Fold 4 and is said to weigh 10 oz (or 283 g) contrasted with Samsung’s 263 g.
Finally, the Pixel Crease is said to cost a vertical of $1,700, with Google offering exchange-ins and a free Pixel Watch, probably as the pre-request motivation.