Google’s first folding Pixel likely to wear Samsung display

Google's first folding Pixel likely to wear Samsung display

Google’s first folding Pixel smartphone, which is supposed to launch in late this season, is coinciding with Samsung’s creation of folding OLED panels that this October, according to reports.

Korean industry website TheElec noted that Samsung would begin folding OLED panels this October for Google, Vivo, and Xiaomi’s upcoming folding phones.

Each one of them is very most likely to be shown late this calendar year, ” The Verge reported Tuesday.

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It’s claimed that the displays will move into production during the fourth quarter of 2021, which Google’s folding cellphone will have a display measuring 7.6 inches when available.

In 2019, the firm printed patent applications because of its very own folding displays and confessed it was prototyping them for quite a while.

According to GSMArena, Vivo can utilize a bigger 8-inch panel because of the foldable, and it’ll have a squarish 10.2:9 aspect ratio.

These panels will be reached around the A3 lines in Samsung’s Asan plantlife. In addition, this version will also contain a 6.5-inch outside screen created by BOE in the B7 factory.

Oppo was slated to launch a foldable phone using Samsung panels. However, the launch has allegedly been pushed to 2022.

The phone is going to have a clamshell design with a 7.1-inch LTPO panel inside in addition to a little 1.5-2 inch external screen.

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Previously rumors also said an 8-inch version, but that might have been placed on the chopping block.