We all know that Samsung is a South Korean company that launched a foldable asset of Samsung’s Galaxy and now the sources said that On Wednesday, Google’s upcoming foldable could take after the Oppo Find N form factor rather than Samsung’s Galaxy Fold which we found new Android 12L assets than Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. 9to5Google has heard that this device could be named the “Pixel Notepad” with a lower price point than expected.
Well according to the source we come to know some news that may be proven knowledgeable about Google’s Pixel plans in the past tells us that “Notepad” is the working brand name. We’ve also learned that “Logbook” was previously in consideration. But according to the Sigma rule, we can’t believe our expectations because one important caveat is that plans can always change before the product announcement, and Google is no exception; if not more prone to that than others marketing-wise.
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Well according to the sources, Google has stuck with numbers to denote generation for the phones and has an ‘a’ modifier for its line of Availability is said to be limited in a situation that’s somewhat reflective of how the Pixel 4a in 2020 was first available in the US before later expanding to other countries. affordable devices. There was a departure in 2020 with the explicit addition of “5G” to the device name, though the company is somewhat inconsistent on whether it’s with 5G or (5G).
A foldable is objectively a new form factor and as such, the only modern precedent we have is the one-off “Pixel Slate” running Chrome OS. There was also the Pixel C Android tablet, but that was before hardware efforts were consolidated under Made by Google.
Now if we talk about the cost of the asset so guys besides a name, the same source told us that the Pixel Notepad would notably (and surprisingly) cost less than the $1,799 Galaxy Z Fold 3. For a first-generation device, this is quite an unexpected price point, with Samsung’s inaugural foldable coming in at just under $2,000 respectively.
In 2020 the feature was launched in the US first rather than the other companies,so that’s why the availability is not that much and not so far There was a one-month international availability gap with that phone, and the one for the Pixel Notepad looks to be longer.
But the things are not supposed to stop, here Again, Google’s plans might change, but “Notepad” is what we’re currently hearing. The foldable features were working good but there was 30% use of camera only in comparison to the Pixel 6. The company today had the following to say:
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