Reports indicate that the production of the Google Pixel Fold would have been canceled for not being sufficiently competitive with existing folding smartphones
In recent years, companies have opted to present folding smartphonesHowever, companies continue working to launch the best model that allows them to be market leaders.
For some years now, a rumor has arisen that Google is working on his own folding mobile called Pixel Fold.
With this model the company planned to make a leap in this sector. But rumors indicate that the tech giant would have canceled its production.
Reports indicated that this equipment would arrive with a design similar to the Galaxy Z Fold and it could be presented by the end of this year.
Ross Young, Analyst and Chief Executive Officer of Display Supply Chain, revealed that Google canceled its project permanently and will not launch its Pixel Fold.
Through your account Twitter, Young stressed that the order had come from the top of the company so production of the terminal and any component related to the model had been stopped.
Bad news for those waiting for the Google Pixel Fold. We have heard that they have canceled orders for components and have decided not to bring it to market »
In his message, Ross Young announced that the decision of Google it has nothing to do with the semiconductor shortage.
According to the analyst, Google stopped producing its Pixel Fold because “they do not believe that they are capable of competing against the big smartphones with a flexible screen”.
And is that currently Samsung, Oppo and Xiaomi have presented great models and continue working to offer better tools.
Bad news for those waiting for the Google Pixel Fold. We hear they have canceled parts orders and decided not to bring it to market as indicated in the latest DSCC Weekly Review. See blog excerpt at https://t.co/EVmWKcgi2c. @DisplaySupply pic.twitter.com/2P5lFW09Pt
– Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) November 15, 2021
Although it is not confirmed information, Ross Young has shared reliable information and has even anticipated some announcements from technology companies. The analyst was the first to reveal that the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros would arrive with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Google never officially confirmed the existence of the Pixel Fold, so it is likely that what happened is not known.