Google has yet to release folding Pixel phones

Google has yet to release folding Pixel phones

Google has long been said to be working on a folding-screen Pixel Smartphone. Reports in the past indicated that the company was expected to launch a foldable Pixel Smartphone in 2021. However, Google has maintained that it is in no hurry to develop such technology.

Now, a new report suggests that Google’s foldable Pixel Smartphone may be on track to arrive by the end of 2021. The Elec Korean site reports Samsung’s subsidiary, Samsung Display, will begin production of folding OLED panels for Google, Vivo and Xiaomi in October this year. The report also says the three companies plan to launch phones with folding screens in the last quarter of this year.

If the reports are to be believed, Google’s folding screens The Pixel Smartphone will come with a 7.6-inch folding screen, and the Vivo folding-screen Smartphone will feature an 8-inch main screen and a 6.5-inch external screen.

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Past reports suggest that Google’s Pixel Smartphone will feature a folding design. From there, details about the upcoming Pixel Smartphone folding are scarce at the moment. If Google were to launch a folding screen smartphone in the last quarter of the year, it would be the company’s best-kept secret Smartphone. Google’s Smartphone presentations are often associated with leaks and reports that specify all aspects of the phone in the days leading up to marketing. It remains to be seen whether Google will be able to break this trend with the Smartphone on the folding screen.

In addition, Google will also launch a mid-budget Pixel 5A and a premium Pixel 6 series Smartphone this year. Reports have suggested that the mid-budget Pixel Smartphone could arrive as soon as this week. The Pixel 6 series Smartphones, consisting of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones, are expected to arrive at the company’s fall ceremony, which usually takes place in October. The phone is expected to come with a redesigned rear camera configuration and will be powered by the company’s Whitechapel Chipset.


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