Foldable smartphones are the next big thing in the tech industry. As the normal smartphone technology has already come to a saturation point, the foldable phone is the next big thing. With the foldable display companies are targeting the consumers. People have also shown their interest in the foldable smartphones.
Samsung is leading the charge with its Galaxy Z Fold and Flip series, Chinese giants Xiaomi and Oppo are not far behind. And now, if rumors are to be believed, Google is also working on a foldable Pixel device. A recent report further adds that the Mountain View giant is on track to launch its foldable Pixel later this year.
As per the report, Google has ordered Ultra Thin Glass (UTG) displays from Samsung for their upcoming Google Pixel Fold. The software giant has reportedly ordered 7.6-inch in-folding panels to use for its upcoming foldable device, which we are calling Google Pixel Fold. However, the size of the cover (outer) display is unknown as of now. Google is the company who makes the software for the foldable display smartphones which are already there in the market. So if Google joins the foldable market, the integration of hardware and software will be pretty solid.