It seems more and more likely that Google has a foldable Pixel phone in the works, and that we may see that phone sometime this year.
In a tweet yesterday by tech analyst and leaker Jon Prosser, he suggests the Pixel Fold is real and will appear either late this year or early next year.
This confirms earlier reports that mention a potential Google-branded, foldable smartphone. We’ve heard it from Cnet in 2019, and then in August last year, 9to5Google said it had reviewed an “internal Android document” which claimed that a foldable Google phone, codenamed “passport,” is coming in the fourth quarter of 2021.
There’s no word on what the rumored Pixel Fold might look like, or its specifications. It might have a Samsung display, according to a recent report that claimed Oppo, Xiaomi, and Google are all ordering foldable displays from Samsung Display.