According to industry source Ross Young, Google’s foldable Pixel phone will feature a smaller exterior display and an interior panel that is comparable in size to the Galaxy Z Fold4. According to rumours, Google’s Pixel Notepad will feature a 5.8-inch screen on the outside, making it narrower and broader than the Galaxy Z Fold4’s predicted 6.19-inch display.
The Pixel Notepad is expected to feature a larger aspect ratio than the Fold since the two foldables are expected to have similar-sized folding screens. An previous disclosure confirms this.
Google’s first foldable device is expected to be released around the time of the Pixel 7’s autumn debut, according to Young. Until recently, the first foldable was scheduled to be released by Google in 2021.
However, it seems that the Notepad, which was formerly known as the Pixel Fold, is back on. Rather of being tall and thin like the Galaxy Z Fold3, the Galaxy Z Fold3 is broad and short like the Find N. It is likely to cost $1,400. Most likely, a Tensor chip will power the camera system, but previous Pixel sensors, like as the 12.2MP IMX363 sensor from the Pixel 2 through 5, the 12MP IMX386 ultrawide sensor, and the dual 8MP IMX355 sensors for selfies, will also be used for video recording.
An sophisticated device, such as the one depicted below, from a patent Google secured, may be used to conceal the inside selfie.