A Closer Look at the New Google Pixel Fold

Google Pixel Fold

Tech fans have been patiently waiting for the new Pixel Fold. Now it has officially launched and everyone can learn more about all its cool features and how the folding feature works. Has it lived up to the hype? Read on to discover what makes the Pixel Fold a must have.

Foldable frame

Water resistant* with a virtual keyboard, the Google Pixel Fold opens to a size of 5.50 x 6.25 x 0.24 inches and folds up into 5.50 x 3.13 x 0.48 inches. Not only is it easy to stash in a pocket or purse, but it weighs a feather-light 10 ounces.


The new Pixel Fold features a 48 MP rear camera, a 10.8 MP ultra-wide rear camera, a 10.8 MP telephoto rear camera, and an 8 MP front-facing camera, which makes it easier to take a selfie. The Pixel Fold has the unique ability to help you take better pictures, utilizing special settings such as Macro Focus to bring the smallest details in your photos to life.

Magic Eraser

Even the most skilled photographer can take a bad picture, but the Google Pixel Fold can help you turn disasters into art. Using Magic Eraser, you can choose what should stay and what should go in your shot. Then, you can choose to erase things all at once, or one by one. Taking a good picture has never been so easy!

Powerful battery life

Few things are as annoying as your phone dying mid-conversation, blacking out while you’re using the GPS, or tapping out in the middle of a livestream. The Pixel Fold features a powerful 4821mAh battery so your phone can stay juiced up while on the run. And when you do need to power up, you can charge it wirelessly.


The new Google Pixel Fold runs on the Google Tensor G2 chip, for maximum performance that translates to seamless use.

Hotspot power

Whether you’re suffering a power outage and need to get back online, or you’re in a Wi-Fi dead zone and need to hop on your laptop for work, the Pixel Fold has your back—and the backs of your friends. Not only will it connect you to the internet, but it can act as a mobile hotspot for up to 10 devices. However, the mobile hotspot feature is only available as part of eligible wireless plans, so make sure you’ve got one!


Picture this: a 5.8” cover display that expands to 7.6” when unfolded, with a screen resolution of 2208×1840. This is what you can expect from the Google Pixel Fold, which also offers 4K video playback and streaming video in ultra HD. Gaming, streaming, and video calls never looked so good.

AT&T 5G is the right place for your Pixel Fold

To take full advantage of your new Pixel Fold’s technology, you’ll want to pair it with a wireless plan that also offers access to high-quality 5G service. (You’ll want to make sure you’re in an area where 5G is available, too.) AT&T offers access to fast, reliable, and secure AT&T 5G for no additional cost with every AT&T unlimited plan.** AT&T also has the most reliable 5G network.***

Order the Pixel Fold from AT&T

You can easily order your new Pixel Fold online from AT&T and get benefits such as free shipping and flexible returns. You may even be able to get free delivery and optional expert setup through AT&T Right To You, if you live in an eligible area.


* Designed to comply with water protection rating IPX8 under IEC standard 60529 when each device leaves the factory but the device is not waterproof. The accessories are not water resistant. Water resistance is not a permanent condition and will diminish or be lost over time due to normal wear and tear device repair. disassembly or damage. Dropping your device may result in loss of water resistance. Liquid damage voids the warranty. See g.co/pixel/water for details.

**AT&T may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.

***Based on nationwide GWS drive test data. GWS conducts paid drive tests for AT&T and uses the data in its analysis. AT&T 5G requires compatible plan and device. Coverage not available everywhere. Learn more at att.com/5Gforyou

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Carly Milne, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are her own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.

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