- The Google Pixel Fold will go into mass production from Q3 2023.
- This means the device may not be released in the first half of this year.
We’ve been hearing rumors about the Google Pixel Fold for a few years now, and last month we got the first renders from a trusted source.
Elec Google reports that it plans to mass produce the Pixel Fold and related components from the third quarter of 2023. That said, it definitely looks like the foldable won’t launch in the first half of this year. Does this mean we’ll see a Q4 release instead?
By comparison, Samsung reportedly began mass production of parts for the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 in May 2022, with production of the finished phone expected about a month later. These phones will then debut in his August 2022.
Are you getting a less impressive screen?
The news outlet also confirmed some screen details about the upcoming foldable. I’m here. These sizes are slightly different from previous leaks.
While saying Elec cited Google’s 2022 foldable smartphone project to suggest that the Pixel Fold’s screen may be less impressive than the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Fold 4. The outlet suggests that Google could skip the foldable screen tech debuted in the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which allowed for a thinner foldable screen. also suggests.
Either way, it looks like we shouldn’t wait for Google’s foldable to launch in the first half of this year. This conflicts with the exclusive Pixel release roadmap pointing to an April or May 2023 launch date. But it’s also possible Google will briefly introduce the device in April or May, as it did with his Pixel 7 series and Pixel tablet in May 2022.