News and rumors about the Google Pixel fold has been floating around the internet for now. And now the design of the first Google foldable smartphones has surfaced online ahead of its launch. This foldable phone will boot Android 12L out of the box.
The Pixel Fold with the codename “Pipit” made its appearance on Geekbench earlier this month. The Geekbench test score also suggested the device will rock Google’s Tensor chip inside. Google has kept the design of the device under wraps until now.
Pixel Fold Specs (Expected)
Last week, a Google phone was spotted on the Geekbench website revealing some details about the device. The device is codename “Pipit” and it comes with an octa-core processor.
The chipset has two performance cores with seed clocked at 2.8GHz, two cores with speed clocked at 2.25GHz, and four efficiency cores with speed clocked at 1.8GHz.
The chipset scored 4,811 points in the single-core and 11,349 points in the multi-core Geekbench 4 test. This score also aligns with the score found in the Google Pixel 6 that features the Google Tensor chip.
Google Pixel Foldable Phone Design Leaked
Google rolled out the second build of the Android 12L beta on Wednesday. And now, a new report from 9to5Google has showcased a new animation revealing that the Pixel fold will have similar design as the OPPO Find N. The short video shows a volume button on the right side and a SIM tray at the bottom of the phone.
The report also suggested that the Google foldable phone might features an 8.4:9 aspect ratio when it’s unfolded. This aspect ratio is similar to the screen of the OPPO Find N.
If all these features are to come inside the Pixel fold, then we might as well expect to see the cameras of this device to be those inside the Pixel 6 series. Google Pixel Fold might be the first smartphone to boot Android 12L OS out of the box.