Google Pixel Fold supports 120Hz and 1200 nits brightness. Developer Kuba Wojciechowski has discovered a fresh set of specs for the future foldable Pixel tablet, according to an exclusive report from 91Mobiles.
Samsung is producing the internal and exterior screens for the Google Pixel Fold (codenamed “Felix”). Listed at 123mm by 148mm in size, the inner screen will handle a resolution of 1840 x 2208 (5:6 aspect ratio). I dusted up my geometry textbook to determine the screen’s hypotenuse diagonal dimension (192.44 mm), and it comes out to 7.58 inches.
Created by MacRumors a year ago, this Pixel Fold mockup shows off the potential of the product. You may have seen that the style is more reminiscent of the Pixel 5 than the Pixel 6. We anticipate that this following foldable will look and feel similar to Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 Tensor-powered smartphones.
Wojciechowski claims that the maximum brightness of the internal display will be 1200 nits, with an average brightness of 800 nits. There is no confirmation from the source, although it has been said that the screen can refresh at 120 Hz.
Google Pixel Fold supports 120Hz and 1200 nits brightness.
A 64MP IMX787 primary camera, a 12MP IMX386 ultrawide, and a 10.8MP S5K3J1 telephoto shot were previously discovered by the same developer on the Felix. The interior screen houses an 8MP IMX355 camera, while the exterior screen houses an additional S5K3J1 camera.
A second foldable gadget, the Google “Felix,” has been announced. There were rumors that Google would deliver a foldable smartphone by the end of 2021, but the company shelved those plans and started developing a replacement device. The original Pixel foldable was supposed to include a 7.6-inch internal display and a more modest set of cameras (the same ones as the Pixel 5).