Pixel Fold may launch later this year After Benchmark Scores Appeared on Geekbench

Initially, there were rumors that Google had given up on its foldable smartphone project, the Pixel Fold. Due to worry that it will not be able to fight and fight with the market leader like Samsung, but last December last year. There are reliable news sources that contradict that, in fact, Google has not given up on trying to prepare to push the Pixel Fold out for the world to see for sure (but don’t say when) until the latest results are now available. Geekbench of Google’s foldable smartphone has come out.

There has been information on smartphones, the code ​Google Pipit, which is predicted to be Pixel Fold Google’s first foldable phone has surfaced on Geekbench’s database, revealing that the Pixel Fold will come with an octa-core chipset with a clock speed specification that’s similar to the Tensor chip that powers the Pixel 6 series. It’s raw, so it’s very likely that the Octa-Core chip on Google Pipit (Pixel Fold) is the Google Tensor chip.

As for other specs from the Geekbench website, we can see that the Pixel Fold comes with 12GB of RAM and Android 12 out of the box.

We previously reported the Pixel Fold’s camera specs once. It comes with a 12MP Sony IMX363 main camera and an Ultra-Wide camera with a 12MP Sony IMX386 sensor. (Inside the folding screen) will be used as the Sony IMX355 with 8MP resolution and the selfie camera outside the folding screen will be the Sony IMX355 as well, 8MP resolution.

With Geekbench scores coming out like this, it’s expected that soon. (Maybe this year 2022) Google should definitely bring the Pixel Fold to launch.

source: gizmochina | letsgodigital