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Google refused to release a foldable smartphone

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Google won’t release a foldable smartphone. About this in his Twitter According to Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) analyst Ross Young.

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“Bad news for those waiting for the Google Pixel Fold,” said the specialist. The IT company had previously placed a large order for components to develop and assemble its first foldable device, Young said. However, for some reason, the corporation decided to cancel the orders and stop developing the foldable device.

DSCC sources said that Google came to the conclusion that a folding device under their brand would lose the competition in the market. It is believed that in the US and Europe, Samsung is too strong, which has several foldable models in its range. The refusal to release its device in the Chinese market, where Samsung’s influence is not so great, is due to competition from local manufacturers. Here, the foldable device market is represented by phones from Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi, Huawei and Honor.

According to early leaks, the future Google device was supposed to receive a form factor in the style of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. The smartphone was expected to have an LTPO screen with support for 120 Hz and support for Android 12L.

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Google’s foldable smartphone was unveiled in September. In the declassified data, the phone appears under the names Jumbojack and Passport (“Passport”).

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