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Exclusive: Google Pixel Fold 2 Renders Reveal Radical New Camera Design

Google Pixel Fold 2 Renders. Thanks to 3D renders from TT Technology, we have our clearest look yet at Google’s upcoming Pixel Fold 2 foldable. And while specifications remain uncertain, Google looks set to deliver hardware changes over the original.

The most striking in the unofficial renders is a completely redesigned camera module. Gone is the Pixel 6-esque visor, replaced by a large rectangular housing with pill-shaped cutouts for the camera lenses. An LED flash stretches out slightly from the right side.

The centered pill cutout should fit a rumored quad camera setup, likely comprised of main, ultrawide, and telephoto lenses. A fourth periscope or infrared/spectral sensor seems likely.

The choice of Tensor G4 over the upcoming G3 chip also raises questions on launch timing. Skipping G3 may indicate a debut closer to the fall hardware event rather than Google I/O.

While specs stay murky for now, the renders provide early insight into Google’s future foldable design language. The radical camera module revamp brings immediate distinction from the Pixel 7 generation.

As Google’s most premium phone yet, standing out from the customary Pixel crowd will be critical for the Pixel Fold 2. And with foldable competition heating up, this exclusive first look at the hardware design confirms Google’s intentions.

Clearly, the search giant won’t be sitting idle with its sophomore foldable attempt. And if early renders prove accurate, the Pixel Fold 2 looks set to chart an ambitious new course for Google’s phone identity.

Kere O. Jonathan Okoh

I, Jonathan. I'm the Chief-Editor @JaybestTechReview And The Chief Engineer @Jaybest Tech Repairs. My work on the tech industry {Tech Reviews & Tech Hardware Repairs} is out of passion, with the intention of helping others solve their difficulties on their smartphone and publishing informative tech contents. When I'm not writing tech, then I'm fixing Tech, when I'm not fixing tech, then I'm reading tech.

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