Google to hand over Pixel 7 and Pixel Foldable production to Foxconn

Ro, 05 August 2022

Even though Google hasn't officially confirmed its upcoming foldable phone yet, the renowned tipster on Weibo, Digital Chat Station claims that the company is still planning to release one in Q4 this year.

The production will likely be handled by Foxconn and will kick off as early as Q3 2022. Additionally, Foxconn will get the Pixel 7 orders manufacturing.

Google to hand over Pixel 7 and Pixel Foldable production to Foxconn

The tipster reveals a couple of key details surrounding the Pixel Foldable. He believes that the device will feature a 2K display with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera while a 50MP periscope camera with variable focal lengths will be the star of the show. The camera will be aided by a secondary IMX787 sensor.

Of course, a custom Tensor 2 chip will sit behind the wheel while the body will be made of ceramic. We wonder how much it would weigh as ceramic is quite heavy, especially when used in a big foldable handset.

Source (in Chinese)


Reader comments

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