For nearly two years, Google has been rumored to be launching its Pixel foldable phone, which could be called the Pixel Notepad. Today, a blogger has more revelations about the phone.
The Pixel Notepad has a rear module similar to the Google Pixel 7 and a front that resembles OPPO Find N, according to digital blogger @Digitchat.com. The machine will adopt a relatively small size of the large screen transverse folding design, the outer screen is a single hole in the center, the inner screen is a full screen without holes, but the inner screen is not without a camera, but the micro hole camera installed on the frame.
For reference, the OPPO Find N boasts a “golden folding ratio,” with an exterior screen size of 5.49 inches and an 18:9 aspect ratio, the same as the straight-panel model. The interior screen is a 7.1-inch landscape screen, and the machine supports multi-angle hovering.
In addition, Google’s Pixel Notepad foldable phone was previously revealed to have a 5.8-inch exterior screen with a short, wide body. That’s consistent with this leak.
Google’s Pixel Notepad will cost $1,400 and won’t have the high-spec camera sensor found in the Pixel 6 series, It’s the 12.2-megapixel IMX363 sensor that Google has been using from the Pixel 3 to the Pixel 5.
It will also be equipped with a 12-megapixel IMX386 sensor and two 8-megapixel IMX355 sensors.