Google’s foldable phone, which may be called Pixel Fold or Pixel Notepad, is under production alongside the rumored Google Pixel 7 Ultra, as per a new development. The phones are tipped to be manufactured by Foxconn in China and it is being claimed that both these phones have 2K display with a centrally-aligned hole-punch cutout for the front camera. The smartphone is tipped to come with a 64-megapixel resolution Sony IMX787 camera sensor, which made its debut in Nubia Z40 Pro earlier this year.
As per aby tipster Digital Chat Station on Weibo, Foxconn is manufacturing two Google smartphones. One of them is claimed to be the highly-anticipated foldable phone, which Google Pixel Notepad or Pixel Fold. The other phone is dubbed as ‘Pixel flagship’, which Pixel 7 Ultra.
The tipster also claims that the ‘Pixel flagship’ sports a Sony IMX787 camera sensor as a ‘sub-camera’ which,Kuba Wojciechowski, will be packed in “a device codenamed Lynx – L10 – an alleged third high-end 2022 Pixel” series “probably [as a] tele.” ‘Lynx’ or ‘L10’ are internal names either of the Pixel 7 Ultra or a testing device. It is to be noted that Google has already confirmed the Pixel 7 series, but hasn’t mentioned that it is launching three smartphones. Moreover, the was in the Nubia Z40 Pro earlier this year as a 64-megapixel sensor.
Digital Chat Station also mentions that the ‘Pixel flagship’ smartphone will come with a 50-megapixel sensor as a multifocal periscope camera, a ceramic body, a 2K display, and Google Tensor 2 under the hood. Currently, the information related to this development is scarce and should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Notably, Google’s foldable smartphone’s launch wasfor the second time. The foldable handset is said to get a 7.57-inch display inside and a 5.78-inch display on the outside with an ultra-thin glass cover. It was claimed that the product was delayed because it did not meet Google’s expectations.
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