The much talked about Pixel Fold is certainly one of the most anticipated smartphones for users who already use Pixel series products. Well, recently some changes to Google's internal code revealed that the Pixel Fold smartphone could have the "Turn and mute" function.
Pixel Fold caught inside the Google code: the foldable is getting closer and closer
The code is present within the stable version of the Digital Wellbeing application. The code is stored under the string "pref_auto_dnd_enable_foldable_summary". This essentially states that users will need to make sure their phone is folded and face down on a flat surface to activate 'Do Not Disturb' mode.
Users will feel a slight vibration, indicating that "Do Not Disturb" is on. This string of code suggests that Google's Pixel Fold smartphone will hit the market-
As for the specs, previous leaks had revealed that the Pixel Fold will sport an internal 7,57-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1.840 x 2.208 pixels, a peak brightness of up to 1.200 nits, and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The external screen will be smaller at 5,6 inches. Lastly, some rumors also state that the device will be powered by a Tensor G2 chipset paired with 12GB of RAM.