New specifications for the upcoming foldable Pixel device have been revealed in an exclusive report by developer Kuba Wojciczewski. 91 mobile phones. The Google Pixel Fold (codenamed “Felix”) features dual displays (internal and external) and both are made by Samsung.
The internal display supports a resolution of 1840 x 2208 (5:6 aspect ratio) and the listed dimensions are 123 mm x 148 mm. After cleaning my geometry to calculate
hypotenuse Diagonal measurement of the display (192.44 mm), the display measures 7.58 inches diagonally.
Pixel Fold teased by MacRumors from last year. Note that the design is more reflective of the Pixel 5 generation than the Pixel 6. We assume this next bend will be similar to Google’s Tensor-powered devices, including the Pixel 6 and Pixel 7.
According to Wojciechowski, the internal display has an average brightness output of 1200 nits with a maximum brightness output of 800 nits. Although the source is not sure, they claim that the display can support 120Hz refresh rate.
The same developer has previously revealed the Felix’s triple-camera hardware, which includes a 64MP IMX787 main camera, a 12MP IMX386 ultrawide and a 10.8MP S5K3J1 telephoto shooter. On the internal screen is an 8MP IMX355 selfie camera and another S5K3J1 for the external selfie camera.
Google’s “Felix” refers to the second foldable device. It was originally rumored that Google would release the Fold in late 2021, but it’s likely that it scrapped those plans and started working on its successor. That first Pixel foldable camera is said to have a more modest array (same as the Pixel 5) and a 7.6-inch internal display.