Google I / O 2022 is scheduled for Wednesday, May 11 (here), and we hope to hear about the company ‘s new products and software, such as and it is said to be called . However, there is one hearing aid that we may have to wait a little longer to see: a foldable Pixel phone.
Google has spent the last few months developing features for foldable phones with it, and along with this development there are rumors that it may work for a foldable Pixel phone. If true, Google’s Pixel line extension would mean an even bigger leap than the major design overhaul that came with in 2021
Although the name of the phone is not almost confirmed – it can be called Pixel Fold or maybe Pixel Notepad – The idea that the phone can work would not be a big surprise. In addition to the many rumors circulating, there have been leaked internal documents, as well as moves by Google over the years, which seem to indicate that it is working on a flexible phone. In December 2018 and in May 2019, Google confirmed that this was the case .
However, it has not been confirmed whether or not we will be able to purchase a foldable phone from Google later this year. But Twitter analyst Ross Young tweeted that the foldable Pixel will launch in the last quarter of 2022 – “probably October”.
Google isn’t the only Big Tech name reportedly tossing its hat in the ring of foldable phones. There have long been rumors that Apple is preparing to do the same. CNET also covered all the noise around the so-called.
Pixel Fold design: More Oppo Find N than Galaxy Z Fold 3
Animations found in Android 12L, Google software designed specifically for big screen devices, such as 9to5Google and other media outlets that have reviewed the Android 12L animations, the open Pixel Fold is more likely to resemble the square shape of Oppo’s folding phone, Find N. When closed, the aspect ratio is thought to be closer to 18 : 9. If this is true, it would mean that, like Find N, the Pixel Fold may be more natural to use as a regular phone when closed.and , suggested hints of the possible emergence of Pixel Fold. It was originally rumored that the foldable Google resembled a taller and slimmer design than Samsung’s. , which has an approximate aspect ratio of 22.5: 18. But according to
Pixel Fold Camera: The camera module can be reduced by Pixel 6
There have not been many rumors about the Pixel Fold camera, but there is room for some speculation, courtesy of 9to5Google. The website reports that the Pixel Fold will have two 8-megapixel front lenses, one probably on the cover and one for the interior, as well as a 12-megapixel rear camera. The main sensor is expected to be a step down from the Pixel 6 series, as it is said to rely on Sony’s IMX363 sensor used in the Pixel 3 in 2018, unlike Samsung’s best GN1 sensor, from the main 50- megapixel camera from the Pixel 6 series.
If I have to guess, the logic of this potential solution comes down to the size of the GN1 sensor, which is one of the largest camera sensors on the market. This means that it will be difficult for a foldable phone to carry it without increasing the total weight of an already heavily foldable device.
Price of Pixel Fold: Under $ 1800
It is not possible to say for sure how much a phone will cost until the day of its release – if it happens at all. But according to a report by 9to5Google, citing an unnamed source, the Pixel Fold will be priced below $ 1,800 (£ 1,320 or A $ 2,500). Another report noticed by BGR in March, he claimed the price could reach $ 1,399. That’s less than Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 3 for $ 1,800, and if true, it’s a relatively low price, especially considering that the Pixel Fold will be Google’s original foldable device. In context, Samsung’s first foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold, started at $ 1980 before its price dropped over the years.
Pixel Fold Processor: Tensor
Given that Google has tackled the complex and costly problems of developing its own system technology on a chip, it is almost certain that Pixel Fold will work onchipset, which debuted in the Pixel 6 series.
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