Google Pixel Fold is expected to be launched in the fourth quarter of 2021. It is said that this foldable phone is equipped with a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) OLED display. The latest rumors came more than a year after the Android manufacturer was reported to have codenamed its foldable phone “Passport”. In 2019, Google revealed that it has begun to develop a prototype of a foldable smartphone. The company also provides support for foldable displays in Android 10. Companies including Samsung use these displays to develop their internal foldable phones.

David Naranjo, Senior Director of Monitor Supply Chain Consulting Tweet About the development of Google Pixel Fold using LTPO OLED display. The executive shared a list of devices that are available and rumored to use the new display technology, in which the Google Pixel Fold model is included in the fourth quarter release date.

Last year, a supposedly internal Android document proposed a release schedule for the Google Pixel Fold in the fourth quarter of 2021. The codename of this phone is “Passport”, and there are “Raven” and “Oriole” next to it. It is speculated that they are the codenames of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

Although Google itself confirmed the testing of various foldable prototypes, a patent application suggests that the company may be finalizing an inward-folding model.

Tipster Jon Prosser claimed in February that the rumors about the development of the Google Pixel Fold were true. He also said that this phone may be launched at the end of this year or early next year.

Google has not any details of whether it plans to launch a foldable phone, or whether it is just testing a prototype to make Android more optimized for existing and new foldable phones on the market. That being said, the company may consider clearly talking about its plans when announcing the Pixel 6 series, which is expected to be released on October 19.

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