The Google Pixel Fold is a highly anticipated foldable phone that has been subject to numerous leaks over the past several weeks — and a new leak has just revealed official-looking images of the device, posted by Evan Blass on his private Twitter account. The images appear to be press renders used for marketing purposes, showcasing the Pixel Fold’s “Charcoal” color from the side.

The pictures offer a detailed look at the Pixel Fold’s hinge, which appears remarkably thin, giving the device a slim and sleek look. The wider aspect ratio on the outer display is also notable, appearing shorter than a typical Pixel smartphone. The home screen features the Pixel Launcher, with themed icons and Google’s stock apps, including a blurred At a Glance widget.

While the leaked image does not reveal much else, it is still exciting for those eagerly anticipating the release of the first foldable Pixel phone. The device is expected to cost $1,799 and is likely to be announced at the upcoming Google I/O event. It is expected to hit the market in June.

The Google Pixel Fold is Google’s first foray into the foldable device market. Its design appears to be on par with other high-end foldables, such as Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold series (check out our Galaxy Fold 4 review). With its sleek and slim design, wider aspect ratio, and Pixel Launcher, the Pixel Fold is sure to generate a lot of buzz among tech enthusiasts and fans of Google’s Pixel brand.

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