The release of Google first foldable smartphone, the Pixel Notepad, has been delayed until 2023, according to reports. Following the backlash, the first foldable phone from Google is now expected to be released next spring, according to SamMobile.

According to the source, it’s too early to tell, and there are lots of unsubstantiated theories as to why Google could have pushed back its first foldable phone until spring 2023.

According to a recent source, the smartphone might cost less than the $1,799 Galaxy Z Fold 3.

New animations depicting how to install a SIM card into the forthcoming foldable phone have been uncovered in Android 12L Beta 2.

Instead of the conventional single-screen design, the animations for the SIM configuration page suggested a smartphone with a bigger folding display. The SIM card slot is located at the bottom, while the volume rocker buttons are located on the lower right side.

Instead of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, the Google Pixel Fold seems to be identical to the newly announced OPPO Find N, according to the report.


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