We were all unhappy that Google didn’t reveal its foldable Pixel device at Google I/O. This was meant to be Google’s entry into the foldable phone market and was dubbed the Pixel NotePad (although everyone simply calls it the Pixel Fold). Google has not commented on it, but a recent leak indicates the phone will have a distinctive camera configuration.

In case you missed it, we started tracking reports of a foldable phone from Made By Google to compete with Samsung’s foldable phones. It was rumored to debut this year in conjunction with the Pixel 7 smartphones. However, the devices presented at Google I/O caught everyone’s attention once the device’s trail went cold.

However, a recent leak describes the Pixel Fold’s design and camera. At this time, the information on this phone is merely crumbs. We don’t have any reliable evidence to draw on, such as official renderings, case renderings, leaked photographs, or certifications. You should thus treat this material with caution.

Advertisement Known tipster Digital Chat Station provided some details about this device’s camera and design in a status update on Weibo (via Phone Arena). First off, the story is misrepresented in the graphics we received the previous year. They essentially portray the device as a Pixel 6 that can fold. The source suggests that the back will, however, resemble the Pixel 7 instead.

This indicates that the visor on the Pixel 6/ 6a will be composed of metal rather than glass (which, if Google wants to keep the phone from being as thick as a textbook, shouldn’t even be on the phone). The camera sensors will also have an ovular cutout.

The Pixel Fold’s camera is the subject of one of the more intriguing speculations. The exterior display will include a typical punch-hole front and center, according to the source.

Advertisement It also mentions that an ultra-micro-hole camera will be mounted on the frame of the inner display. This implies that in addition to the other sensors, the phone may also feature a tiny camera built into the frame. This could assist preserve a full-screen view without bothering to position it under the display.

We must wait to see if this approach will be successful. The existence of the phone itself, on the other hand, is unknown, therefore that will also be uncertain.


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