The internal display of the Google Pixel Fold will support 120 Hz and 1200 nits of maximum brightness.

Developer Kuba Wojciechowski has discovered a new set of details for the future foldable Pixel tablet, according to an exclusive report from 91Mobiles. The internal and external displays of the Google Pixel Fold, code-named “Felix,” will both be made by Samsung.
The listed dimensions for the internal display are 123mm x 148mm and it will handle a resolution of 1840 x 2208 (5:6 aspect ratio). After brushing up on my geometry, I determined that the display’s hypotenuse diagonal dimension (192.44 mm) was 7.58 inches.
Wojciechowski claims that the internal display will have an output peak brightness of 1200 nits and an output average brightness of 800 nits. The source claims that the display might offer a 120Hz refresh rate, although this is not confirmed.
The Felix’s triple camera hardware, consisting of a 64MP IMX787 primary camera, a 12MP IMX386 ultrawide, and a 10.8MP S5K3J1 telephoto lens, was previously revealed by the same developer. Additionally, there is a second S5K3J1 for the external selfie camera and an 8MP IMX355 selfie camera on the internal display.
A second foldable device is referred to as the Google “Felix.” Google reportedly had plans to introduce a foldable in late 2021, but these were later canceled. As a result, they must have started developing the device’s replacement. It was claimed that the first Pixel foldable would include a 7.6-inch internal display and a more modest array of cameras (the same ones as the Pixel 5).
Google revealed its work on foldable smartphone prototypes in 2019. Additionally, the company included native support for foldable displays for Android 10, which benefited businesses like Samsung. The manufacturer of Android has not yet made any plans regarding the development of a foldable phone commercially viable.
A few sources suggest Google’s interest in creating a smartwatch that it might call the Pixel Watch, similar to the foldable phone. According to several recent rumors, Google’s watch may debut in October and include a circular display. Additionally, Google earlier this year disclosed a collaboration with Samsung to enhance Wear OS. However, there has been no official announcement regarding whether the Pixel Watch is in development.
The tipper also said that Google would introduce its new tablet with the debut of the Pixel 6. It might be the Pixel Slate’s successor, which was previously unveiled in 2018.
Rick Osterloh, senior vice president of devices and services at Google, predicted that the business would stop producing its tablets in 2019. He said that going forward, the Google hardware team would only be concerned with producing laptops. However, due to the rising demand for tablets brought on by the coronavirus epidemic, there may be a change in the

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