You’ve seen renders. You’ve seen a little footage. You’ve heard the marketing leaks. Now, you can feast your eyes on what are almost certainly the first images from Google itself of the leaked Pixel Fold. And if you haven’t looked at this story in a while, there’s a new third image as well:
A third Pixel Fold render Image via Evan Blass (@evleaks)
Those are the sorts of images that are the bread and butter of Evan Blass, aka @evleaks, and while his Twitter account is still private, he’s a friend of The Verge who’s happy to let us share them with you this fine evening. (Evening for me, anyhow, I’m in California.)
These 4K images won’t show you anything that hasn’t been leaked before, and you can’t see how high the camera bump is, but they do make this phone look a bit slicker than in that brief real-world video. It’s quite a small gap between the two halves, and the rumored-to-be 5.8-inch front screen looks reasonably substantial — if these renders don’t lie.
On Saturday morning, Blass added some specs, too:
Earlier today, Blass also leaked a render of what appears to be a beautiful coral Pixel 7A. And it’s only been two days since he leaked the new folding Razr.
Update, April 29th: Blass has added one more image, and some specs.