Ooh, there’s a Google Pixel Fold smartphone-ish, tablet-y one coming our way? Color us intrigued, dagnabbit!
According to rumors, Google will release a foldable phone in 2023. According to rumors, it will be called the Pixel Fold. According to the rumors, the phone will look like OPPO’s Find N and be powered by a Tensor chipset. The display characteristics of the rumored Google foldable have just surfaced in a new report. Here are some specifics:
Developer Kuba Wojciechowski is cited by 91Mobiles reportedly saying that the future Google Pixel Fold will have screens built by Samsung on both the inner and exterior surfaces. The large screen inside will be 123mm x 148mm in size and support a resolution of 18402208. The display is said to have an average brightness of 800 nits and a peak brightness of up to 1200 nits.
The source also claims that the Pixel Fold’s inner display will accommodate a high refresh rate. It might reach 120Hz, in some claims. The report made no mention of the device’s other hardware specifications.
According to a recent rumor, the Pixel Fold may contain three cameras on the back: a 10.8MP S5K3J1 telephoto sensor, a 12.3MP IMX386 ultrawide sensor, and a 64MP IMX787 primary sensor. The device’s front camera may include an S5K3J1 sensor, while the internal camera is believed to have an 8MP IMX355 sensor.
A Tensor chipset will probably power the foldable (most likely the G2). It utilizes the same hardware as the Pixel 6, according to the Android 12 beta source code. It’s also plausible that the Pixel Fold will include the third, as-yet-unannounced Tensor chip that will be released in 2023.
According to reports, the Pixel Fold won’t be available until March of 2023. Google hasn’t formally acknowledged the foldable yet. In the coming future, we anticipate acquiring extra details.