Google’s foldable Pixel phone likely now postponed to 2023

Google’s rumored foldable Pixel smartphone isn’t coming anytime soon, new reports say.

The device, possibly called the Pixel Notepad, was reportedly going to launch by the end of 2022. A new report by The Elec (via 9to5Google) says the phone’s launch has been postponed due to not being as complete as Google would’ve wanted.

Another issue could be the supply of foldable panels. The Pixel Notepad was reportedly going to have a foldable, 7.58-inch main display manufactured by Samsung Display, but the company is busy producing panels for Samsung’s own devices, including the Galaxy Z Fold 4, and the Galaxy Z Flip 4.

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Google’s foldable Pixel has been postponed, citing his own sources from Google’s supply chain.

The phone is now scheduled for a launch next spring.

Notably, Google unveiled a bunch of new and upcoming products at its Google I/O conference in May, and Pixel Notepad was not one of them.

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