According to Google, the Google Pixel Fold could be available as early as the second week of June WinFutureby Roland Quandt. The reliable leaker tweeted Tuesday that the phone comes with 256 GB of base storage and that you can get it in black/dark gray color or white.
It’s always possible that Google and its display manufacturing partner, Samsung, have since moved their production timelines forward to meet that June release window. WinFuture apparently heard that the phone could cost $1,700, or about $1,800, though it notes that this information isn’t necessarily reliable. However, that figure is consistent with what we’ve heard before.
It’s likely we won’t know the price for sure until the official announcement, which should be pretty soon considering June is only a few months away. Google is holding its I/O keynote on May 10, so it feels like a pretty safe bet we’ll hear about it then. From previous rumors we assume that the phone will have a 5.79-inch display on the front with a 7.69-inch foldable display on the inside. It also seems like a safe bet that it’s powered by a Google Tensor chip.
Quandt also shared some details about Google’s budget-tier Pixel 7A, which someone has already gotten their hands on. According to his tweet, it may only be available with 128 GB of storage, in gray, blue, white, and possibly “jade.” WinFuture reports that it will also be available in June.