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Google Pixel Fold to Rival Galaxy Z Fold 5 in Q3, Claims Report

Multiple reports have claimed that Google is working on a foldable phone. While the official moniker of the device is not known, the rumor mill is calling it different names, such as the Pixel Fold and Pixel Notepad. A new report by a South Korean publication has revealed when it will arrive on the market.

According to The Elec, the rumoured Google Pixel Fold will go into mass production in the third quarter of 2023. The report states that Samsung Display, which is closely working with the search engine giant, will provide the foldable screen in July or August this year.

Google Pixel Fold CAD render by OnLeaks and Howtoisolve
Google Pixel Fold CAD render by OnLeaks and Howtoisolve

This indicates that the Google Pixel Fold may arrive on the market by September or October this year. Samsung has traditionally launched its foldable phones in August. Hence, the brand is expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and the Galaxy Z Flip 5 in August this year.

Hence, it appears that the Z Fold 5 will face competition from the Pixel Fold. Some other reports say that the Pixel Fold will be cheaper than Samsung’s foldable phone. According to a recent report, the Pixel Fold may cost $1,799.

Rumors are rife that the Pixel Fold will be equipped with a 5.78-inch cover display and a 7.57-inch foldable panel on the inside. It will sport an inward folding design like the Z Fold 5. Reports have claimed that the Pixel Fold will feature the Tensor G2 chipset and 12 GB of RAM. For photography, it will have a 64-megapixel triple camera unit on the back. On the front, it will have a 9.5-megapixel selfie camera. The same camera will also be available on the inside.

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