Google’s latest Android update contains personal details about unreleased Pixel devices. This includes a brand-new Pixel camera.
Google’s Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 7 Pro could soon be joined by a new exciting device.
A recent report by Google claims that the latest Quarterly Platform Release ( QPR1) version 13 includes references to a future hybrid Pixel Tablet/Next hub device and the long-awaited Pixel smartphone.
Kuba Wojciechowski has revealed code details about a new device called Felix, featuring a second-generation Tensor processor. Both inner and outer camera modules can be folded or unfolded. This is a crucial detail. This confirms that the new foldable Pixel product is compatible with high-end camera systems.
Further details are provided in the code, which includes a 50-megapixel primary camera equipped with a new IMX787 sensor. The code also consists of a 12-megapixel ultra comprehensive module with a Sony IMX386 sensor and a 10-megapixel telephoto camera with Samsung S5K3J1 sensors.
Wojciechowski also tips the Sony IMX787 flagship camera sensor. It will be in the Pixel 7 range next year. It is exciting to see Google invest in cutting-edge sensor technology instead of using older components like previous Pixel releases.
Wojciechowski anticipates a five-camera configuration for the new foldable. This includes a second 10-megapixel outer camera that can take selfies in folded mode and an additional 8-megapixel inner-facing camera equipped with a Sony IMX355, which comes into play when unfolded. This configuration could be a compelling alternative for the similar-equipped Samsung Galaxy Z Fold range.
We don’t know when the new Pixel foldable will be available. However, we will have a great idea about how the primary camera may perform when the Pixel 7 range launches on October 6.