A lot of Google Pixel Fold rumours and leaks have been doing the round on the web. Recently the launch timeline of Google’s first foldable phone was leaked. In a new development, we have got information about the phone’s display in addition to camera details. The upcoming Google foldable phone is speculated to include two Samsung dual displays, 123mm by 148mm in size. Moreover, the device may also include a triple back camera arrangement.
In partnership with 91Mobiles, Kuba Wojciechowski has leaked information about the claimed specifications of the Google Pixel Fold. According to him, Google Pixel Fold (code-named Felix) will have displays built by Samsung on both the outside and inside. An internal folding screen with a resolution of 1840 by 2208 is supported. It is 123mm x 148mm in size. The display has a maximum brightness of 1200 nits and an average brightness of 800 nits.
A high refresh rate will be supported by the internal flexible display of the Pixel Fold. Wojciechowski is unsure, but it might reach 120Hz. The Pixel Fold will also have three rear cameras. It is anticipated that the main sensor will be a Sony IMX787 sensor. An IMX386 ultra-wide angle lens and an S5K3J1 telephoto lens will also be part of the system. An IMX355 sensor may be used in the inside display, while an S5K3J1 telephoto selfie sensor may be used in the outer display.
In terms of availability, Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants(DSCC), predicts that the first Pixel foldable phone will debut in the first quarter of 2023.
In response to a tweet from tipper Roland Quandt (@rquandt) inquiring about the Pixel folding phone, Young stated that Google’s first foldable phone might debut at any time in Q1 2023. Further, he claims that the firm will start receiving panel shipments for this handset in January.
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