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Google's Pixel Fold to be heavier than Galaxy Z Fold 4 | Report

21 February 2023 1

We have been hearing about Google's plans for a foldable smartphone for a long time and thanks to recent rumors, it seems like the phone is getting closer to launch. A new 9to5Google report has claimed Google Pixel Fold will be a heavier device as compared to other foldable in the market. The report cites an anonymous source to make the claim.

The source claims the upcoming Pixel Fold will come with the largest battery found on a foldable smartphone yet. It is the primary reason it will be heavier than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. The exact battery capacity is unknown but is said to be closer to 5,000mAh and yet well below the mark.

It further mentions Pixel Fold will be of similar height as the Oppo Find N2 which is 140mm. However, it will be a little wider by 7mm as compared to Oppo's offering. The foldable will have a rectangular shape when unfolded which works well with large-screen optimization of applications. This approach is said to be beneficial for multi-tasking as well where users would be running two apps side-by-side.

In other rumors, we have heard Pixel Fold will have a 7.67-inch display with 2208 x 1840 pixels resolution when unfolded. The panel on the outside will measure 5.79 inches and offer a 1080 x 2100 pixels resolution. There is a punch-hole for the front camera which can be used for taking selfies and attending video calls. It is expected to get official sometime during May, most likely at this year's Google I/O event.


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