According to rumors, Google is working on a foldable smartphone for 2023. It is rumored to be called Pixel Fold. According to leaks, the device will have a design similar to OPPO’s Find N, and it will be powered by Tensor chipsets. Here are the display specs of the upcoming Google foldable, according to a new report.

According to 91Mobiles, both the inner and outer screens of the upcoming Google Pixel Fold will be made by Samsung. The large internal screen will be 1840×2208 pixels and 123mm x 148mm in size. Peak brightness is claimed to reach 1200 nits, while average brightness is 800 nits.

According to the report, the Pixel Fold will have a high refresh rate for its internal display. You can expect it to go up to 120Hz. Other hardware specifications were not disclosed in the publication.

Recent leaks indicated the Pixel Fold also had a 12.8MP S5K3J1 telephoto sensor, a 24MP IMX386 ultrawide sensor, and a 64MP IMX787 primary sensor. The device is rumored to have an 8MP IMX355 sensor on the inside and an S5K3J1 sensor on the front.

A Tensor chipset will likely power the foldable. The source code for the Android 12 beta indicates it uses the same hardware as the Pixel 6. There is also a possibility that the Pixel Fold will include the third Tensor chip, which is expected to appear in 2023.

It is reported that the Pixel Fold will arrive by March 2023 instead of this year. As of yet, Google has not officially confirmed the foldable device. Hopefully, we will learn more details soon.