Samsung may have broken the folding screen formula with the competitively priced Galaxy Flip 3 and Galaxy Fold 3. However, more players are willing to join this segment. The latest OEM, which is reportedly expected to adopt a foldable screen smartphone, is Google with the Pixel lineup.
A new report from the GSMArena, citing the senior director of display supply chain consultants-David Naranjo suggests that the new Google foldable device could be launched as early as the fourth quarter of 2021.
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The Pixel 6 launch event will take place on October 19th and can be expected to be launched with the new Pixel 6 device, given that it meets the Pixel Fold device launch schedule above.
Display Supply Chain Consulants executives shared a list of smartphones with LTPO OLED panels that will be available in the coming months. It also includes iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The development of the Pixel Fold device was a prudent task, but earlier this year a list of unreleased Pixel smartphones was leaked. This list included the GPQ72 model number and the “Passport” codename. This is said to be a Pixel foldable phone.
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Looking at past patents filed by the tech giant, we can expect Google to launch a device with a 7.6-inch display that can be folded inward.
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Google may launch a new foldable phone as early as next month: Report
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