The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have been released by Google last week, but the company also unveiled its much-awaited Pixel Tablet, the first tablet in the Google Pixel range of devices. Now, a commenter has suggested that the Mountain View, a California-based company, is getting ready to make its first foldable in early 2023.
According to a display analyst, the Google Pixel Fold is in the works and Google may launch the smartphone during Q1 2023. This means that the Google Pixel Fold may begin in March next year, according to Young.
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Separately, in response to another Twitter users asking if the Pixel Fold has been suspended, Young said last he heard was that panel shipments will begin in January. Previously, Young had said that the Pixel Fold might begin in the United States in spring 2023.
Earlier, a report indicated that the Pixel Fold will be launched later this year. Evan Blass, an observer, said in August that the Pixel Fold with the codename Passport may be launched earlier this year. However, Google did not mention the Pixel Fold during its appearance when the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro were unveiled.
In August, the Google Pixel Fold was also spotted in a trademark and IPO listing. The filing showed a similar arrangement to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold.
According to a nutster, Jon Prosser described the Google Pixel Fold as a real thing, which Ross Young later supported. Last year, Young predicted that several companies would be launching new folding smartphones, and Google will be one of them.
The Google Pixel Fold may be compatible with certain specifications, but the smartphone is thought to utilize a Samsung-style ultra-thin glass (UTG) for the foldable panel. Google is rumoured to be working on the Pixel Fold since the previous couple of years.