Google’s foldable Pixel expected to launch In Q4 2022


So rumor has it that Google has been working on a foldable Pixel smartphone for a while, but the handset has yet to debut. Will 2022 be the year we can finally see it launch? Perhaps, or at least that’s what DSCC CEO Ross Young believes in his latest tweet about the handset.

According to Young, he claims that Google is expected to launch the phone in the fourth quarter of 2022. Young says that production of the foldable display panels for the phone will kick off in the third-quarter of the year, making it ripe for the phone’s launch in the next quarter.

Young’s claims shouldn’t really be too surprising because the Google Pixel 6 series was launched in October which is the fourth quarter of the year. So Google choosing to launch their foldable Pixel alongside the Pixel 7 series makes a lot of sense.

Unfortunately, not much else is known about the foldable Pixel right now. It is unclear if the handset will be powered by Google’s Tensor chipset or if Google could stick to a tried-and-tested chipset like those made by Qualcomm. We have heard rumors about how it might be priced around the $1,400 mark which isn’t too bad considering there are foldables out there that are more expensive.

That being said, Q4 is still quite a long ways off so take this report with a grain of salt for now.

Google Pixel 6 Pro
  • Display: Features a LTPO QHD+ display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels for an immersive viewing experience.
  • Camera: Equipped with a rear and front camera system that includes wide and ultrawide lenses, 4x optical zoom, and a main...

Note: this article may contain affiliate links that help support our authors and keep the Phandroid servers running.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

    Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra versus Galaxy S22+ camera comparison: not worth the upgrade

    Previous article

    Save over 50% on this deal for Western Digital’s 2TB Elements external hard drive

    Next article

    You may also like


    Leave a reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    More in Devices