The Pixel Fold, which is designed to be compatible with Samsung-made displays, is now available on its own. A 1200 nit of peak brightness might be a feature of the inside screen

The Pixel Fold, which is designed to be compatible with Samsung-made displays, is now available on i ...

Pixel Fold, the first foldable smartphone from Google, has been in the rumours for quite some time now. A Chinese expert has suggested the display and camera specifications of the handset. Google Pixel Fold, codenamed Felix, is said to be equipped with dual displays designed by Samsung. The display is expected to reach 1,8402,208 pixels and can measure 123mm x 148mm. The smartphone also includes a triple rear camera setup, which includes a Sony IMX787 primary sensor.

Kuba Wojciechowski (@Za_Raczke) has leaked alleged specifications of Google Pixel Fold. As per the leak, the foldable phone, named Felix, will come equipped with Samsung''s in-house displays. The inside foldable screen is said to provide a maximum 1200 nits peak resolution, with an average brightness of 800 nits.

The Google Pixel Fold is expected to include triple rear cameras powered by the Sony IMX787 primary sensor. The camera unit is said to include an IMX386 ultra-wide lens and a S5K3J1 telephoto lens. The inside display is believed to include an IMX355 sensor, while the outside display is expected to feature an S5K3J1 selfie sensor.

The Pixel Fold was reportedly to launch alongside the Pixel 6 series last year, but this didn''t happen. As per a recent leak, the handset might debut sometime in the first quarter of 2023.

Google will reportedly begin receiving panel shipments for the Pixel foldable phone in January. It is hoped to be manufactured in China by Foxconn. However, the Android manufacturer hasn''t confirmed any specifications of the Pixel Fold.

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