What happened to the first? Google’s foldable smartphone? Apparently the project is very much alive and Google continues to work on it in top secret. Fortunately, the leakers make sure we stay informed.

For starters, geeks found a reference to the project in the code of Google Camera version 8.6 Pixel Notepad (presumed device name). Further indication that Mountain View engineers will continue to work on it. More precisely, the code hid an icon unambiguously linked to a foldable smartphone.

But is this overwhelming evidence? Yes and no. Google Camera can technically be installed on all Android smartphones, which, from the 12L version, are increasingly attaching importance to optimizations with foldable devices. It’s worth pointing out, though, that the Pixel line’s devices — that is, Google’s — are the only ones that offer Google Camera as standard. Basically, the Pixels represent the vast majority of the user base of Google Camera and it seems odd that the company has included a reference to a competitor’s product or a generic foldable smartphone in the app. It is much more likely that the icon refers to the expected foldable Pixel.

We also know that Google is working on a mysterious new feature for Android intended for folding smartphones. His name is Jupiter, but that’s all we know.

Google Camera should introduce another feature called Hotshot, the latter intended for all smartphones and not just folding. Basically, it helps the user to take good quality selfies, allowing him to adjust the frame for excellent results.

Source: Lega Nerd

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