Google is expected to introduce the Pixel Fold, the company’s first foldable phone and the Pixel 7a, successor to the Pixel 6a at the Google I/O in May, now the colours and storage options for the phones has surfaced, according to German website WinFuture.
According to the report, the base version will be 256 GB, but some rumours say that there could also be a 512 GB version. It is said to come in Carbon and Porcelain colours. This should translate to dark gray or black and some kind of white or beige, says the report.
Live images of the Pixel 7a surfaced a few days back. The phone said to come only in 128 GB model, similar to the 6a. It will get a RAM upgrade from 6 GB to 8 GB.
The phone is said to come in Carbon, Cotton, Arctic Blue and is also expected to come in Jade colour. This should translate to black/grey, as seen in the live image, white and blue colours.
Sale in June?
Both the Pixel Fold and the Pixel 7a are expected to go on sale as early as June 2023, says the report. To remind you, the Pixel 6a was introduced in May at the Google I/O event, but it rolled out only by the end of July in several countries, including India.