The excitement for Google’s upcoming goods is growing as the annual Google’s annual developer conference in 2023 approaches. One of the most awaited gadgets is the reportedly foldable Pixel phone, which has been the subject of numerous leaks and renders. Although nobody has yet used the device, internal marketing materials that CNBC was able to access have provided some insight into what could be expected.
A closed-book phone with a 5.8-inch display that can expand into a 7.6-inch tablet-sized screen is what the Pixel foldable is supposed to be.The Google Tensor G2 processor, which is projected to operate more quickly and effectively than its predecessor, will power the device. However, the cost is anticipated to be high, starting at about $1,700, putting Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 directly in competition.
Another product that has been the focus of leaks is the Pixel 7A, which is expected to be a mid-range phone. The phone will cost by 500$ more than its predecessor.
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However, the device is set to receive some significant upgrades, including a 64MP main camera and a 13MP ultrawide camera, a 90Hz display, Tensor G2 chip, and wireless charging. These upgrades are expected to justify the higher price point.
It’s interesting to note that Google has already pre-announced the 2024 projected delivery of the Pixel Tablet. This move is quite unusual for Google, which is known for its leaks and lack of product secrecy. However, by pre-announcing the tablet, the company has taken control of the narrative and prevented any significant leaks from occurring.
While there haven’t been many leaks or rumors about the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro, fans are still eagerly anticipating their release. There’s always a chance that further details about these gadgets will surface prior to their official launch because Google’s hardware group has a history of leaking information.
The hardware division of Google has a history of leaking information, and this year is no exception. The Pixel foldable, Pixel 7A, and Pixel Tablet have all been the subject of leaks and rumors, and fans are eagerly anticipating their official announcements. While the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro have largely kept under the radar, additional details will eventually come to light. All eyes are now on Google Input/output 2023, where we’ll finally get to see these devices in market.