all we know at the moment

Google announced Android 12L in recent months, highlighting how this version was developed specifically for tablets and smartphones with large displays.

It is, in essence, a special version of the operating system of the Mountain View giant that brings with it several innovations and increases optimization, all with the aim of offering users a much better experience on devices with screens from generous dimensions.

Still few certainties for the first Google leaflet

And it could be Android 12L to make its debut on the market Google’s first foldable smartphonea device that has been talked about for a long time and that could be launched next spring.

In the past few weeks, there have been several clues that suggest that Android 12L could be the launch OS of Google’s first foldout, such as some animations found in the second beta, in which the code name is used Pipit.

But Google Pipit also made an appearance in the popular benchmark test database Geekbenchthus confirming that development work is at an advanced stage.

As for the scores recorded, the first foldable smartphone from Google scored 4,811 points in single core and 11,349 points in multi core.

According to what has emerged so far, the device could arrive on the market with the name of Google Pixel Notepad and should be animated by a Tensor processor, developed by the Mountain View giant in collaboration with Samsung (this CPU should have 2 Cortex cores. -X1, 2 Cortex-A76 cores and 4 Cortex-A55 cores, as well as a Mali-G78 GPU).

Unfortunately, at the moment there is no information on the other main features of the device, which can certainly rely on various software features specially designed to enhance the potential of its form factor.

It will be interesting to find out if Google Pixel Notepad will be launched only in a few selected markets and, above all, at what price.

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