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A hidden icon that appears in the Google Camera update indicates that the foldable Pixel is back in action

A hidden icon that appears in the Google Camera update indicates that the foldable Pixel is back in action

The on-again-off-again saga for Google Pixel Fold/Notepad is finally over, thanks to a clue found in the latest Google Camera 8.6 update. This update Most articles consist of u . modifications User interface with some circular buttons Methods Tab inside a large gray rectangular box. The buttons now change their color to match the main color of the wallpaper the user is using, and is part of the Dynamic Color feature.
But guys 9 to 5 Google Searching the update, he discovered a new mode called Jupiter. This mode has a button to the left of the switch cameras button, which is used when a Pixel user wants to switch from taking photos and videos with the rear camera set to using the front camera for photos and videos.

But the big news here is that there is an icon for this feature that looks like a foldable phone (foldable on the dotted line) with an arrow showing the movement required to close the device. What can we think of here other than seeing it as a sign that the Pixel Fold or Notepad is still alive?

9to5Google has revealed nothing about what the Jupiter button does other than hiding the camera switch button when clicked. Jupiter mode only works with the rear or front cameras, as it hides the ability to change the camera used. Another possibility is that the mode will display previews from both cameras simultaneously.

Pixel Fold/Notepad may restart. The phone is expected to be powered by Google’s own Tensor chipset and have a 5.85-inch internal screen. As a result, the foldable Pixel will resemble the Oppo Find N foldable phone with its smaller internal screen, rather than the Galaxy Z Fold 4, which will have a larger 7.6-inch screen. And let’s not forget that the Pixel Fold/Notepad’s rear camera array includes the same 12.2MP primary camera and 16MP ultra-wide camera used on the flagship Pixel 5.

So will we have an October surprise? desire The Google Pulling a rabbit out of his hat when he releases the Pixel 7 series? If you’re hoping to get a foldable Pixel, leave your fingers crossed.
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