Google The first foldable smartphone is expected to be launched this year. Probably called Google Pixel fold, The company is expected to launch smartphones later this year. However, a new online report now suggests that the company may delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone.
Google has delayed the launch of its first foldable smartphone, according to a report in The Elec. The report added that the company was delaying the launch due to some issues with the smartphone. According to reports, the company’s foldable smartphone has not yet been launched as much as the tech giant wants it to be.
Ross Young, chief executive of Display Supply Chain Consultants, has suggested that the launch of the foldable smartphone from Google has been delayed until next spring.
Google has reportedly had a smaller cover display than the Galaxy Fold 4 Google Pixel The folds are tipped to come with a smaller 5.8-inch cover screen with a larger size ratio.
The foldable smartphone from Google is expected to be powered by the company’s own custom-made Tensor chipset. The smartphone will also replace the 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor used in the tech giant Pixel 6 series. Foldable instead of Samsung sensor Google smartphone It may have a 12.2MP Sony IMX363 sensor, which is supposed to be included in the Google Pixel 6a. The Google Pixel Fold is also said to be equipped with a 12MP Sony IMX386 ultra-wide camera and an 8MP Sony IMX355s front-facing camera.