The Google Pixel foldable, which we could simply call Google Pixel Fold, could be closer than we thought: the smartphone, which according to what we know should be codenamed “Pipit”, would have passed for Geekbench, revealing some of the features techniques.
Is Google Pixel Fold Coming? The fold goes through Geekbench
Despite the often conflicting information that is popping up in recent months, Google Pixel Fold could actually arrive on the market during this first part of 2022. While on the part of Big G we only find mouths sewn, the alleged smartphone “Google Pipit” has passed on Geekbench doing score around 4800 points in single core and more than 11,300 in multi-core.
Beyond the score, which we are now relatively interested in, it is worth noting how the benchmark suggests the presence on board of an octa core clocked at 1.8 to 2.8 GHz and a Mali G78 GPU, which makes us immediately think of the SoC Tensor used on Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. For the rest it is not of much help: we only find the indication on the RAM (12 GB apparently) and on the version of Android, obviously 12 (pending Android 12L being tested).
Google Pixel Fold could therefore arrive in the next few months, perhaps with the debut of Android 12L, a version that, as we have seen, is especially designed for devices with large screens (such as tablets and, precisely, foldable). We will definitely come back to this topic in the coming weeks.
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