The first in-development build for the Android 13 QPR1 shows off the presence of a Google Pixel Fold device. The device in question is not official but is in the production phase as we expect to see it launch sometime next year. Among the series of codes for the latest Android 13 beta build, our sources were able to spot some information pointing to a foldable device.
The said beta build which holds information on the Google foldable device is not available for global users. But, our source did some digging into this software as a beta tester. In this process, he came upon lines of codes pointing to a foldable device and a tablet, two devices we are anticipating from Google.
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The said foldable device in this reveal uses the name “FOLDABLE” while the tablet is “T6Pro.” We don’t have adequate information on either of these devices, but our source says that the coming Google Pixel Fold will use a total of five cameras. Three cameras will be in use on the rear cutout, and the other two will sit on the outer and inner screen of the foldable device.
Google is just weeks away from the Pixel 7 launch and six months away from launching its first foldable device according to our sources. This coming foldable from Google will make use of the company’s Tensor processor. For its software, we expect it to run on a version of Android 13 that is similar to the Android 12L for larger screens (tablets and foldable).
This reveal shows that Google is ready to step up its array of devices to suit the needs of different individuals. As the weeks go by, we will begin to see more information on the Google Pixel Fold in terms of its specifications. But in the meantime, we can concern ourselves with the Google Pixel 7 Series launch.