Later this year, Google will release the Pixel Fold 2. In May, the company could announce the device at its annual developer conference, and in October, at the launch of its Pixel phones. A rumor from last month tipped the scales toward the latter, but it’s still not confirmed.

The Pixel Fold 2 is expected to have a larger screen than its predecessor when it launches. According to DSCC’s Ross Young, a reliable source of supply-chain information in the past, the internal display will measure 8.02″ while the outside screen will measure 6.29″. The Pixel Fold ships with a 7.6″ folding screen and a 5.8″ cover display.

As you can see, Pixel Fold 2 screen production begins in April, which suggests the device will launch by summer at the latest.

Pixel Fold 2 leaked images show a very different camera island design from all of the other Pixels, as well as a new aspect ratio, which has long been rumored. The Fold 2 has a longer and narrower cover screen than the original Fold. When unfolded, apps may open in landscape mode instead of portrait mode in the original.