Although there is no scheduled release date, Google’s Pixel Fold continues to be the subject of multiple rumors.
The latest advances that Google’s first foldable smartphone will have a “Do Not Disturb” feature that will be triggered with just a small tap…
Google Pixel Fold with “Do Not Disturb” Feature
The Google Pixel Fold could arrive equipped with the Tensor G2 processor, owner of the Credit@Google brand
There has been a lot of talk about the Pixel Fold, Google’s first smartphone. But we still don’t know when the search giant will launch it on the market. 2023 could be a favorable year for such a launch, especially after the Pixel 7 series is so praised internationally.
But, while this launch does not happen, we will have to continue to receive information about all the rumors that arise in the Web world about this equipment. The latest reveals that the Google foldable will have a “Do Not Disturb” feature.
Basically, this functionality was detected in the internal code of the Digital Wellbeing application. According to the same internal code, to activate the feature, the terminal must be folded and facing upwards, on a flat surface.
Then just slide your finger across the device to activate the feature. Users will also feel a small vibration to make sure the feature has triggered.
Other specs expected on Google Pixel Fold
Many revelations have already been made about Google’s first foldable smartphone. Previous rumors advanced as the model arrives equipped with a main OLED screen with 7.57 inches and a secondary screen, smaller, with 5.6 inches.
Inside will be the brand’s proprietary Tensor G2 processor paired with 12GB of RAM.
Other rumors also suggest that the main screen will have a resolution of 2208×1840 pixels, a maximum brightness of 1,200 nits and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
One of the few pieces of information that has not yet been rumored is the price. But market experts believe that Google will set a price for its foldable, taking into account the current models of the leader in this segment, Samsung.
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