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New information about Google's first foldable smartphone

New information about Google’s first foldable smartphone

New leaks add information about what we know about the Google Pixel Fold, the foldable smartphone from the American giant that has not yet been formalized.

Since November 2021, several leaks have fed into the thesis claiming that Google has been working on it foldable smartphone. This time the developer Kuba Wojciechowski and the site 91 mobiles She reveals what the Google Pixel Fold screens could be.

Made by Google at Samsung

It’s by digging into the source code of Recently unveiled Pixel 7 That Kuba Wojciechowski was able to find information about the following Main from Google. According to his findings, which he shared on Twitter and with 91mobiles, the Pixel Fold, codenamed Felix, will be equipped with screens manufactured by Samsung. Makes sense, given the brand’s expertise and the quality of its custom flexible tiles Galaxy Z-fold.

The internal screen will be 123 x 148 mm and will support a resolution of 1840 x 2208 pixels with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. The developer was also able to see information about the brightness of the internal panel, which will reach a maximum of 1200 nits, with a total average of 800 nits.

Google won’t immediately announce the Pixel Fold so as not to overshadow the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro release. © Pierre Crochart / L’Éclaireur

Long list of leaks

Although this information has not yet been confirmed during an official announcement, Google’s work on a foldable smartphone is an open secret. Even the latest rumors, reported by many analysts and experts, speak of a planned release during the first quarter of 2023.

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Among the information received from the various leaks, we find the announcement of the presence of three cameras on the back of the device. The main sensor will be Sony IMX787 (64 MP; 1 / 1.7 ″). It will be accompanied by an IMX386 ultra-wide angle (12 MP; 1 / 2.9″) and a S5K3J1 ultra-wide-angle lens. The internal camera, dedicated to selfies, will be IMX355 (8 MP) already on the Pixel 6.

All we are missing is an official announcement from Google. On its usual schedule, the manufacturer is giving us a date in May during the traditional Google I/O conference. But leaks sparking a release in the first half of the year, we won’t be immune to a surprise announcement and release at the start of 2023.