According to a report, Google’s rumoured foldable phone could be dubbed Pixel Notepad. The rumoured smartphone is reported to have a design similar to the newly released Oppo Find N and will be less expensive than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. This foldable smartphone is expected to be powered by the same Google Tensor SoC that drives the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, however it may have a lower-resolution camera than the Pixel 6 series.
It is believed to be less expensive than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3’s $1799 price tag in the United States last year. In Android 12L Beta 2, new animations depicting how to insert a SIM card into the next foldable phone were recently discovered. The animations for the SIM configuration page, according to several reports, portray a smartphone with a more prominent foldable display rather than the conventional single-screen design. The SIM card slot is near the bottom of the phone, while the volume rocker buttons are on the lower right. The hinge is also depicted with a joint in the top and bottom centre of the rumoured Google Pixel Notepad.
The Pixel Notepad has been the subject of numerous rumours, and for a long period it appeared that the gadget had been discontinued outright. However, according to the most recent information, the Pixel Notepad is in the works and should be released sometime this year.
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