Google should make major hardware and software announcements at this year’s Google I/O 2023, scheduled on May 10, 2023. The company’s first foldable Android smartphone, dubbed the Pixel Fold, is expected to be the highlight of the event.
The premium Android smartphone is already tipped to feature the “most durable hinge on a foldable”. Now, the device’s screen and camera specifications have leaked, which suggests the Pixel Fold could offer one of the best smartphone and tablet experiences.
Google Pixel Fold Inner And Outer Display Specs, And Rear Camera Setup Leaked
The Google Pixel Fold has been appearing in leaks and rumors since November of last year. Previous leaks have claimed Google has embedded a bigger battery in its foldable smartphone compared to similar form-factor devices from other manufacturers.
The bigger battery would be a necessity to power the inner and outer displays, the specifications of which, have leaked. Previous leaks have indicated Google Pixel Fold will feature a 7.6-inch inner or folded display. The latest leak suggests the inner display will be an OLED panel with a resolution of 1840 x 2208 pixels and a 6:5 aspect ratio. The screen is tipped to have a 120Hz refresh rate and 380 PPI pixel density.
The outer display on the Pixel Fold would have a 5.8-inch Full HD+ OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and 408PPI pixel density. The screen is tipped to have a 1080 x 2092 pixels resolution and a 17.4:9 aspect ratio.
The latest leak about the Google Pixel Fold claims the foldable smartphone will have a triple rear camera, headlined by a 48MP primary camera with a 1/2″ sensor and an f/1.7 aperture. The camera would have OIS and CLAF support.
The main rear camera on the Pixel Fold would be accompanied by 10.8MP 121.1° Ultra-wide camera with f/2.2 aperture, and 10.8MP telephoto camera with f/3.05 aperture. The leak claims this setup would offer 5x optical zoom, 20x Super Res zoom, and allow recording videos in 4K.
The selfie camera on the Pixel Fold is tipped to be 9.5MP resolution with f/2.2 aperture. Previously leaked renders suggest the front-facing camera might be cleverly hidden beneath the display.
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