Google Pixel Notepad, the first foldable phone from the search giant, is speculated to launch this year. The final product name of the device is not known yet, and the rumor mill has been revealing its features in bits and pieces. Display analyst Ross Young has shared some new information about the Pixel foldable. He also gave a hint about its launch timeframe.
According to Young, the size of the inner foldable display for the Pixel Notepad will be similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 4. The South Korean publication, The Elec, had previously reported that the Z Fold 4 would have a 7.56-inch foldable screen. Hence, it appears that the Pixel Notepad’s foldable display may come in a similar size.
Young further revealed that the outer display (also known as the cover display) of the Pixel Notepad will be smaller than that of the Z Fold 4. A 6.19-inch screen is expected to be on the cover of the Galaxy foldable. The Pixel Notepad, on the other hand, could have a 5.8-inch screen on the outside, which means it will have a bigger aspect ratio.
Unfortunately, there is no fresh information available on the other specs of the Pixel Notepad. However, it is speculated to feature the Tensor chip.
As far as the launch timeframe is concerned, the Pixel Notepad is expected to launch in Q4 this year. Google is expected to announce the Pixel 7 series of flagship phones in October this year. It remains to be seen whether the company announces the Pixel Notepad alongside the Pixel 7 lineup or holds a dedicated launch event for it. The Google foldable is likely to cost around $1,400.