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- A leaker has claimed that the Pixel Fold will retail for $1,300 to $1,500.
- The tipster also adds that the Pixel 7a will cost $450 to $500.
A recent leak suggests that Google is launching the mid-range Pixel 7 a smartphone and pixel fold Folding at Google I/O in May. Now, a trusted tipster has pulled out approximate pricing information for these two phones.
Frequent dropout yogesh brar has repeat Pixel 7a and Pixel Fold may launch at Google I/O. But Brar also confirmed that the Pixel Fold may be cheaper than Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4.
More specifically, tipster claims that the foldable Pixel could be priced between $1,300 and $1,500. In comparison, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 launched at $1,800 in the US. So Google’s foldable device could be $300 to $500 cheaper than Samsung’s.
Brar also suggests that the Pixel 7a will retail for $450 to $500. The $450 price tag would be in line Pixel 6a phone. However, the leaked specs suggest that we could see welcome additions like wireless charging and a high refresh rate display.
However, the Pixel Fold’s apparent pricing may be the latest sign of falling prices for foldable-style foldable phones. For example, Honor recently launched its €1,599 Magic Vs, which are €200 cheaper than the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in Europe. Meanwhile, the budget-focused brand TECNO is offering its Phantom V Fold for 90,000 rupees (approximately $1,088) in India, compared to the Z Fold 4’s price tag of 155,000 rupees (approximately $1,873).