Google folding display patent emerges, but don’t expect a foldable Pixel yet

Google folding display patent emerges, but don’t expect a foldable Pixel yet

Google folding display patent emerges, but don’t expect a foldable Pixel yet

The search engine giant is expected to follow in the footsteps of Samsung and Huawei that introduced their foldable phones during the recently concluded MWC (Mobile World Congress) that took place in Barcelona.

Another design shows a handset that folds down in three sections, with three display surfaces that stack when folded to create one smaller device. With tech behemoths reportedly working on their own versions of foldable smartphones, it is hardly surprising that a leaked patent of Google's purported foldable phone has made an appearance online.

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It's likely that every major phone brand will eventually bring a folding device to market, but Google does have one advantage over the competition. While Samsung and Huawei last month launched their foldable devices along with price and availability, Google couple of days ago revealed Android Q beta 1 with support for foldable screens.

What do we expect to see in the iPhone 11? While we've seen this design in a few other patents it's something fewer manufacturers seem to be considering, as most patents we've seen show phones folding in two. The patent notes that the company is focusing a lot on the damage that could be caused to a foldable display when used in extreme cold weather.

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In other words, if a Google folding phone is in the works, Google probably won't be in a hurry to reach the market with it, or use it to pioneer a unique Z-folding design.

While most companies are focused on making a big foldable, it's nice to see that some companies are considering a compact form factor for this category.

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The certain specifications of this new super smartphone of the Chinese company are certainly the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and at least 8 GB of RAM.

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