Két, eddig ismeretlen Google eszközről árulkodik az Android 13 kódja kép

Android 13 code detects two previously unknown Google devices

It is more and more certain that Google will be coming out with a bendable phone soon.

Google recently made the first quarter beta of Android 13 available, and developers quickly jumped on it and extracted information from it, which presumably the company didn’t intend to make public just yet. A Pixel phone with a bendable screen and a Pixel Pro tablet are also rumored to be in the works.

Kuba Wojciechowski, a developer, posted on Twitter the part of the code in which the lines refer to an open and closed device. If you browse further, you can also specify the specifications of the mobile phone camera called Felix.

A Sony IMX787 sensor (64 MP) and a 10.8 MP telephoto lens Samsung S5K3J1 are mentioned here, which can be placed on the back of the device. The internal camera will be an 8-megapixel Sony IMX355, and the Samsung S5K3J1 could also be responsible for the front panel photos.

In addition to the mobile phone with a bendable screen, there is also a professional tablet in the code, which the developers here refer to only as t6pro and tangorpro. In May, Google already admitted that they were working on a tablet, and we already knew that it was called t6 and tangor internally, but the designation of professionals was not yet known. Unfortunately, the code does not reveal more than that, but it almost certainly confirms that Google may come up with two tablets in the near future, as in the previous 9to5Google As you guessed it.

We’ll likely find out more on October 6th, when Google will be holding this year’s Pixel Show, showing off the Pixel Watch in addition to the Pixel 7, and there’s a good chance the 2-3 devices discussed above will also be discussed.

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