Google’s Pixel phones have gained popularity in recent years because to their cutting-edge features and “pure Android” experience. The Google Pixel 6 is one of the best smartphones available right now, and the company is preparing to release the Pixel 7 on October 6.
The good news is that your wait might soon be over if you’ve been excitedly anticipating a foldable version of Google’s well-known Pixel smartphone, as a trustworthy industry source has just revealed that Google’s suppliers will soon start producing panels for the new handset.
4 months till the foldable Pixel smartphone starts panel production. Are you excited? I am assuming it will launch in March. The prediction comes from display analyst Ross Young, who is very well connected within the display industry. Young may not know everything about what’s coming in the next generation of smartphones, but he usually has an excellent read on what types of displays they’ll be using.
Nevertheless, a folding Pixel is the one feature that has become noticeably lacking from Google’s lineup of smartphones as rival devices like Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 continue to gain more attention. However, if the most recent rumours are true, Google’s first foldable smartphone might debut in the first few months of 2019. Google looks to have almost completed the design phase and is preparing to start manufacturing before the end of the year.
According to Young, the panels for the foldable Pixel smartphone — colloquially known as the “Pixel Fold” — are slated to begin production in four months, putting them right around the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023. Young believes this would put the Pixel Fold on track for a March release.