Google Pixel Fold may have just been leaked by Google’s own app

Dhanisa Mashilfa

The Google Pixel Fold — or Pixel Notepad, as it may ultimately be known — has been promised for a long time now. Originally expected at the tail end of 2021, it wasn’t mentioned at Google’s last event even when next year’s Pixel tablet got namechecked. Could that mean it’s even further away, or worse, never going to see the light of day?

A clue from the latest Google Camera app suggests that won’t be the case. As revealed by 9to5Google (opens in new tab) in one of the site’s regular app teardowns, version 8.6 contains references to a new mode codenamed “Jupiter.” The icon for Jupiter is extremely revealing:

The mysterious Google Camera 'Jupiter' icon

(Image credit: Google Camera / 9to5Google)

That seems to be an unfolded tablet-style foldable (like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3) with an arrow pointing from the outside to the inside. 

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