A few days ago, Google released the Android 12L Beta 2 system specially designed for foldable mobile phones and tablets. Since this version update is mainly to fix problems and not add new main functions, the outside world has not talked much about this version. Nevertheless, the website 9to5Google has found a trace of what may be the Pixel Fold.
9to5Google found several animations in the Android 12L Beta 2 system, showing a folding phone that Google has never released. In addition, the system also mentions Google Pipit, which is the development code of Pixel Fold. According to the animation display, the SIM card slot of the Pixel Fold is set at the bottom of the fuselage, and the position of the bottom left of the phone after the phone is unfolded.
According to 9to5Google’s description, the Pixel Fold’s inner screen display ratio is 7:8, which is close to the OPPO Find N launched earlier. It was rumored earlier that the Pixel Fold uses a 7.6-fold flexible screen.