After using the prototypes , Google says it plans to release the twisted Pixel in 2022. According to 9 out of 5 Google deep into the current Google Camera APK, the phone is called Pipit. While there is no clear indication of how the folder looks or how it works, the APK provided notifications on the installation of the Pipit camera.
Pipit (or Pixel Fold, or whatever it may call) is said to use 12MP IMX386 ultrawide sensors like current Pixels, as well as two front 8MP IMX355 sensors. There may be one of the parts on the body so that people can take selfies if the device is twisted or exposed.
It is understandable that a large camera can be as powerless as the one in the Pixel 6 line. Those phones have to give the camera illumination enough space. The size is more stressful on the foldable than the slab smartphone, because it is twice as thick when closed. As a result, camera sensors with a lower profile may be better for Google right now.
Elsewhere, the APK also includes the phrase “isPixel2022Foldable.” This is a good sign that Google is planning to release a twisted device next year, based on how Google used similar terms to refer to previous versions of Pixel.
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