It seems like the Pixel Fold is no rumor at all after it shows as codename ‘Felix’ on popular benchmarking tool Geekbench’s database
Google’s first-ever foldable phone, according to several previous claims, is known as “Felix.” Apparently, the search engine giant has been working on the device for more than two years. The Google Pixel Fold was discovered in leaked renders showing the device in all its splendor last month.
Google’s foldable phone is identified on the Geekbench benchmarking website as Google Felix. As was already mentioned, Google Pixel Fold is reportedly known by the codename “Felix.” The flagship Pixel 7 series’ Tensor G2 SoC will power the device, according to the description.
The chipset contains four efficiency cores running at 1.87GHz, two silver cores at 2.35GHz, and two high-performance cores running at 2.85GHz. According to rumors, the Google Pixel Fold will come with 12GB of RAM and the Android 13 operating system. The results of the single-core and multi-core Geekbench tests for the foldable phone are 1,047 and 3,257 points, respectively.
The Google Pixel Fold’s internal display is rumoured to come with a resolution of 1,840 x 2,208 pixels, up to 1,200 nits peak brightness, and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The device will be a vertical folding phone. The outer display will feature a centre-aligned punch-hole cutout whereas the interior screen has thick bezels around the screen.
The back panel has a horizontal camera bridge housing three sensors and an LED flash. The top and bottom edges of the device house a speaker grille, whereas the right side has a power button that doubles up as a fingerprint scanner.