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Google’s Android 13 code hints at a foldable Pixel device and a “Pro” tablet.

The first quarterly beta version of the Android 13 platform has been launched by the American tech giant Google, and developers have already revealed code that hints at a pair of upcoming devices.

According to The Verge, these devices include the rumored foldable Pixel and a new “Pro” tablet. In a Twitter thread, developer Kuba Wojciechowski shared code screencaps that reference the unfolded and folded states of a device called “Felix.”

The cameras used by the device were also mentioned. These include a 64-megapixel (MP) Sony IMX787 primary sensor and a 10.8MP Samsung S5K3J1 telephoto lens on the back of the phone.

The device could also feature an 8MP Sony IMX355 sensor inside and another Samsung S5K3J1 around the front. The foldable device’s dual rear camera system confirms claims that the device could be folded horizontally like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, The Verge reported.

Last year it looked like Google was also working on a clamshell-style foldable device, but animations found in Android 12L and an icon in the Google Camera app point to a phone that folds like a book.

In addition to searching for details on Google’s upcoming foldable device, Wojciechowski also spotted mention of a “Pro” tablet called the “t6pro” or “tangorpro.”

At I/O in May, Google confirmed that it was working on an Android tablet, and developers figured out that “t6” and “tangor” were referring to the device.

However, now with the epithet “pro” attached to these codenames, it could mean that Google is also working on a higher-end version of the tablet, as reported by The Verge.


I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.

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