[Exclusive] Google Pixel Fold display specs leaked

[Exclusive] Google Pixel Fold display specs leaked

The rumoured term for Google’s next foldable smartphone is Google Pixel Fold. Recent sources have discussed the Pixel Fold’s expected release date and important features. The Pixel Fold’s display characteristics have now been disclosed to 91mobiles by developer Kuba Wojciechowski. Wojciechowski also informed us last month that the smartphone most likely has a triple back camera setup. Internally, Google is calling its next foldable phone Felix. Let’s examine what we have discovered regarding the device’s display.

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specs for the Google Pixel Fold display

The Google Pixel Fold (Felix), according to the developer, would have both internal and exterior screens built by Samsung. A resolution of 1840 by 2208 will be supported by the internal folding screen. Its measurements are 123 x 148 mm. The maximum brightness of the panel is 1200 nits, with an average brightness of 800 nits.

A high refresh rate will be supported by the inbuilt flexible display of the Pixel Fold. Wojciechowski is unsure, but it may reach 120Hz. As of right now, this is all we know about the foldable phone’s display characteristics.

The Pixel Fold will include triple back cameras, as was already revealed. A Sony IMX787 sensor is anticipated to serve as the main sensor. The system will also come with an S5K3J1 telephoto lens and an IMX386 ultra-wide lens. The outside display will have an S5K3J1 telephoto selfie while the inside display may have an IMX355 sensor.

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What day will Pixel Fold debut?

The Pixel Fold was supposed to debut this year, but a fresh source says it won’t happen until March 2023. Google has not yet formally acknowledged the Pixel Fold’s existence. While launching the Pixel 7 series, the corporation didn’t provide the teaser we were hoping for.

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