Secret file found in Android 12L beta reveals that the Pixel Fold won’t resemble the Galaxy Z Fold
Secret animation found in Android 12L beta refutes rumor that Pixel Fold will look like Galaxy Z Fold 3
The Pixel Fold originally was expected to resemble the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 that opens and closes like a book revealing a 7.6-inch tablet-sized screen when fully opened. There is a 6.2-inch exterior Cover Screen display and both the smartphone and tablet-sized screens refresh at a rate of 120 times each second (120Hz). If you’re a foldable device, there are a lot of worse things you could aspire to be than the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
One animation appears to be showing the Pixel Fold’s exterior outer screen with the volume rocker on the right and the hinge on the left. The SIM card tray is on the bottom of the device. Another part of the animation shows a drawing of the Pixel Fold when open exposing the large tablet-sized display.
The Pixel Fold’s form factor might be closer to that of the Oppo Find N
If the Pixel Fold does borrow its form factor from the Oppo Find N, it will help multitaskers since each app will have more room horizontally. Additionally, with the Find N’s nearly square resolution, apps are more apt to recognize the display as a tablet screen and serve up an app’s tablet interface.
Google is really going to have to work on quality control if it does release a foldable that could have a price tag in the $1,500-$1,800 range. Already, the company is under pressure for the number of bugs found on the Pixel 6 Pro, a phone that is priced at $899 and up. Google can’t afford to have a series of problems on the Pixel Fold if it wants to be taken seriously in this sector of the smartphone market.
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