Google’s foldable phone ‘Pixel Fold’ is released…
Benchmark information on a product believed to be a foldable smartphone “Pixel Fold,” which Google has been developing for more than two years, has been released.
The IT media GSM Arena reported on the 5th (local time) that benchmark results of the model “Google Felix” were found on the benchmark site Gig Benz. Felix is known as the code name of Google Pixel Fold.
According to the published benchmark information, the smartphone is equipped with a tensor G2 chip mounted on a pixel 7. It is also equipped with two high-performance cores at 2.85 GHz, two silver cores at 2.35 GHz, and four efficiency cores at 1.87 GHz. Android 13 is also installed in 12GB RAM.
The single-core score was 1,047 points and the multi-core score was 3,257, similar to the Google Pixel 7 Pro, according to foreign media.
The Google Pixel Fold’s internal display is 7.57 inches and the cover display is 5.78 inches, and the internal display is known to provide 1,840×2,208 pixels, up to 1,200 nits of maximum brightness, and 120 Hz scanning rate.
Pixel Fold is expected to be unveiled at the Google I/O event in May next year.