Developer Kuba Wojciechowsk recently shared a screenshot of Google’s Android 13 QPR1 beta code on his Twitter. Developers hidden in Google’s code have uncovered two new devices the company may be working on. The first is a foldable phone codenamed ‘Felix’ and the other is said to be a high-end his tablet codenamed ‘T6Pro’ or ‘tangorpro’. In the same Twitter thread of his, Wojciechowsk also shared camera specs for Google’s supposed foldable phone.
Google may be working on a second foldable phone and a new tablet, according to the developer. A screenshot of code from Google’s Android 13 Quarterly Platform Release 1 (QPR1) beta has been shared by a developer, pointing to the camera specs of another foldable handset from the tech giant. Citing the code, the developer added that the phone could come with a triple rear camera setup with a Sony IMX787 primary sensor, a Sony IMX386 ultra wide-angle lens and a Samsung S5k3J1 telephoto lens. The company previously had hints that it was working on a flip phone earlier this year.
According to previous reports, Google’s “Pipit” foldable phone was spotted on his Geekbench on his site for benchmarking. The “Pipit” handset featured a Tensor SoC. Wojciechowsk believes that ‘Felix’ is a foldable smartphone unlike the previously discovered ‘Pipit’. The developer also said that the rumored foldable smartphone Tensor SoC will be obsolete by the time it hits the market. According to another report, Google’s foldable phone will be called the Pixel Fold or Pixel Notepad.
According to Wojciechowsk, the foldable phone, codenamed “Felix” by Google, will have a triple rear camera. The handset is said to come with an IMX787 primary sensor, an IMX386 ultra wide-angle lens, and his S5K3J1 telephoto lens. There is an IMX355 sensor on the inner display. The outer display could feature the S5k3J1 telephoto selfie camera. Wojciechowsk further added that Google’s high-end his tablet, codenamed “T6Pro” or “Tangorpro”, is still in development and the code does not indicate any changes to become a tablet.