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The trailblazer of the technology, at least for the people’s who claims it has to be, Google never delves into some new exploit before a scrutinized study, even so, the much anticipated Google’s first-ever foldable phone, Pixel Fold is nowhere to find until it has something to share with the tech industry a great thanks to 9to5Google.

According to 9to5Google, Google’s Pixel Fold scandalized with a resemblance to OPPO’s Find N in terms of underlying design. However, what floundered is the differences that Pixel Fold delivered what all tech enthusiasts expected that the phone would take over the blueprint of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 3. Google persistently swapped and changed the codename; initially, it has reported “Passport,” and they might have changed the name into bird-themed “pipit” because of the puzzlement it would create if it comes to the market;

Google foldable phone
Google foldable phone | Image credit: 9to5Google

Fortunately, Google has put the end mark to it, so, the final codename is nowhere near from the official pronouncement, for clarity it has been named as Google Pixel Fold. As per our consideration, foldable phones are not a characteristic technology adaptation. Instead, the foldable phone often arrives with an identical structure because mobile manufacturing firms cannot bring a new framework utterly. After all, the design cannot be restructured. Still, few changes to the invention can be reasonable.

It’s been a year from now; the long-rumored Google Pixel phones speculation started to hover around the tech industry. With the newly released Android 12L Beta 2, 9to5Google analysts have been deciphered new animations that navigate how to insert a SIM card into the foldable phone. Chiefly the codename for this animation presents the Pixel Fold’s “Pipit.” Before the brief discussion, the information exposed consists of a pre-release version, not a final design from Google, and the company is not strange to change the software system before the deadline, so considering the situation, Google will more likely revamp these animations or withdraw it before the official launch.

So, it’s just a piece of information to get used to the rumor and speculations. 9to5Google has discovered two animations, first is the folded state, meaning it was captured while the phone is closed, and on the flip side is the open state; from the depiction of the folded state, Google Fold is a smaller, external display. While on the unfolded state, with both the top and bottom, there’s a small divot where the hinge is located. However, the animations haven’t revealed the Pixel Fold’s other port or button locations. Judging from the animations, the foldable phone shown is not significant as the new OPPO Find N but narrow like the Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold3, at the same time it resembles the square-like framework of OPPO Find N.

According to 9to5Google’s calculations, the Google Pixel Fold inner display could feature a 7:8 aspect ratio, but it was initially speculated to feature a 7.6 inches internal screen. As of now, it’s unknown when the foldable phone will get an official release date, but what is confirmed now is the development process of the phone which is still undergoing. It will need at least a month or two to get a vivid date of the release; till then, one thing has to be carried out by the Tech goliath, Google is to adapt to the new design until it provides enough contrast to OPPO Find N and Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold3.

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