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Foxconn will be manufacturing Google’s Pixel 7 and Pixel Foldable devices

Google Pixel 7

Google is yet to confirm its upcoming foldable smartphone but we may be just days away from an official confirmation as a reputed tipster, Digital Chat Station claims that the company is looking to release the 7 Series in Q4 of 2022.

The Google Pixel 7 Series will feature the Tensor 2 chipset

The production of the upcoming flagship series will be handled by Foxconn and the manufacturing process is likely to begin in Q3 of this year for both the foldable device and the normal edition as well.

The tipster has revealed some details with respect to the foldable Pixel device, the smartphone will arrive with a 2K display with a punch-hole cutout on the front for a selfie camera while we will get to see a 50MP periscope lens with variable focal lengths.

Google Pixel 7 foldable

In all likelihood, we will see a secondary IMX787 sensor. It is obvious that we will be seeing the custom Tensor 2 chip and in terms of design and build, we will see a ceramic finish which will make the device a bit heavy. The foldable device will be one of the heaviest in the market as well.

Google has not revealed much about the Pixel 7 Series yet, the brand will be unveiling bits and pieces here and there until Q4 of 2022 when an official launch is expected.

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