Google has been developing a foldable smartphone, which will most likely be known as the Google Pixel Fold. Even though there have been various leaks and speculations about this smartphone, the firm has yet to make any formal announcements.
The animations were introduced between the releases of Android 12L Beta 1 and Beta 2 versions, according to the source, and there are also mentions of the “Pipit” codename, which is rumored to be the foldable Pixel smartphone now in production.
Google released the second beta preview of Android 12L on Wednesday. Now, 9to5google has discovered a new video image of the Google foldable smartphone with an Oppo Find N-inspired appearance. The tiny video depicts a volume button on the right side of the phone and a SIM tray at the bottom.
The Google Pixel Fold looks to be comparable to the newly introduced OPPO Find N.Many people expected Google’s Pixel Fold to be similar in size and design to the Galaxy Fold, with a 22.5:18 aspect ratio. Instead, these animations depict a Pixel Fold that resembles the newly introduced Oppo Find N foldable with 8.4:9 aspect ratio.
Days ago, a new Google phone with an octa-core CPU with first 2 cores clocked at 2.8GHz, two cores clocked at 2.25GHz, and four efficiency cores rated at 1.8GHz was discovered on Geekbench. The 12.2-megapixel IMX363 camera sensor reveals an older camera system, as opposed to the newer GN1 sensors featured on the Pixel 6 series introduced last year.
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