leaker Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech posted demos of the alleged Google Pixel Fold. Google is said to have applied some strange design ideas to the foldable device. The device is supposed to go official in May 2023 with a suggested retail price of $1,799.
The images show, among other things, that Google is using a camera island similar to those found in recent Google Pixel 6 and 7 devices. There will be a 9.5 mega-pixel sensor in the Google Pixel Fold on both sides; from abroad in punch hole and integrated into the rim from the inside. Speaking of which, judging by the renderings, the device gets rather large bezels around the screen, which According to previous rumours Size is 7.6 inches. Prosser also mentions that the power button also acts as a fingerprint scanner.
The Pixel Fold is known internally as Google’s Project Passport and is “extremely heavy” according to a Prosser source due to the use of mainly glass and metal. Shows are based on both photos and “other information,” according to Prosser; To protect the identity of sources, he can In their own words He does not disclose what this information is, but assures that it is very reliable information. There has been talk for some time about a foldable smartphone from Google, although now the footage has emerged for the first time.
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