Due to its ease of use and wide-screen design, the Pixel Fold is one of Engadget’s top foldable phones. When folded, the phone’s 5.8-inch screen is yours to work with, and when unfolded, a large, immersive display measures 7.6 inches. The foldable’s split screen enables you to multitask while simultaneously making video calls and doing things like shopping online when it is open. Additionally, you can simultaneously take pictures and view live previews on both the main screen and the external screen. The interpreter mode for Google Translate, which enables you to watch translations appear on both screens while speaking to someone else in a different language, will soon be available.
The Pixel Fold offers a lot of camera quality. A 48-megapixel main lens, an ultrawide shooter, and a telephoto camera with up to 5x optical zoom make up the triple rear camera system, which produces sharp images in the daylight and well-exposured images at night. The photos outperformed the competition, according to Engadget, which was one of its selling points. Google’s phone produced images with better highlights and shadows when compared to the Galaxy foldable from Samsung. Notably, Sam Rutherford of Engadget claimed that the Pixel Fold’s photo enhancements made food appear more appetizing even when Samsung had “food mode” on. In line with other foldables, the phone can also record 4K videos at 30 and 60 frames per second.
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