Google Pixel Fold folding screen phone appeared on Geekbench

Google's folding screen mobile phone Pixel Fold has been exposed many times before, and now the product has appeared on the Geekbench benchmark platform. Recently, a new machine model named Google Felix was unveiled, with a single-core score of 1047 and a multi-core score of 3257. It runs Android 13 and is equipped with 12GB of memory, which is the same as the Tensor G2 chip.

FrontPageTech released a large number of renderings of Google Pixel Fold, and also gave some revelations about this model. The machine is expected to have two colors, Chalk (white) and Obsidian (black), priced at up to $1,799, which is the same as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4's first price, tentatively scheduled for May 2023 with Pixel Tablet PC debuted together.

The source claims that Google Pixel Fold will continue Pixel-style performance and Pixel-like flagship camera. Judging from the picture, it seems that the Pixel Fold's camera strip will not be as wide as the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, at least not extending all the way to the edge, and it is very thick. This model will feature two 9.5 MP front-facing lenses, one in the hole on the outer screen and the other on the right side of the top bezel of the inner screen.

Screens: It is expected that Google Pixel Fold will be equipped with Samsung screens, including internal and external screens, indicating that it is an inward-folding mobile phone. The resolution of the internal folding screen is 1840×2208, and its size is 123mm×148mm. The peak brightness will reach 1200 nits, the average brightness will be 800 nits, and it may support a 120Hz high refresh rate.

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