The upcoming Google Pixel Fold 2 may be using the Tensor G4 chipset rather than the G3, which would also align its launch date with the Pixel 9 and 9 Pro in October rather than in May. A leaked image of what appears to be a Pixel Fold 2 prototype has emerged, showcasing a new design with a different camera bump and a longer, narrower cover screen. Notable differences from the original Pixel Fold include the change in camera island shape and a cover screen with improved dimensions, which is expected to rectify the issues with landscape mode. The inner screen is rumored to feature a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera and, while being fairly thin, it still shows a noticeable display crease. As the launch date is set for October, there is still plenty of time for more details to emerge about the Pixel Fold 2.
The Pixel Fold 2 is generating excitement as it may make use of the Tensor G4 chipset and is expected to launch alongside the Pixel 9 and 9 Pro in October. Leaked images of a possible prototype reveal a redesigned camera bump and a longer, narrower cover screen, addressing issues with the original Pixel Fold’s widescreen form factor causing problems with app orientation. The inner screen is rumored to have a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera and, although thin, still displays a noticeable crease. With the Pixel Fold 2 not expected to hit the market until October, there is ample time for more information to surface.
Leaks of a supposed Pixel Fold 2 prototype suggest that it may adopt the Tensor G4 chipset and launch date of the Pixel 9 and 9 Pro, with images showcasing a drastically different design with a new shape for the camera bump and an elongated cover screen that aims to address orientation issues. The inner screen is rumored to feature a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera and a noticeable crease, although further details are expected to unfold before its planned October release.