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.
We just have to wait for more informations about this very interesting device, as Xiaomi has accustomed us over the years, it could revolutionize the newborn foldable smartphone market. The device is likely to have an organic LED (OLED) display.
It looks like Google has considered using foldable display technology.
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While only Samsung and Huawei have foldable phones that will hit the market soon, a succession of leaked patents suggest everyone from ZTE to Apple have plans to enter the market, and these handsets come in a range of designs from "clamshells" that fold down to "notebooks" that open up. There is a chance that Google could just give this design to a manufacturer if it wanted to produce a foldable version of a Pixel phone in the future. Even MIUI, the user interface of the company based on Android could immediately undergo an ad hoc restyling in order to make the most of the versatility of the foldable display. You would expect in the future this would change, if foldable phones take off. It only mentions it's to be used in a "modern computing device".
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.
We are three months into 2019 and there is enough evidence to support the fact that foldable phones are finally turning into a reality. The Pixel 3 was produced by Chinese company Foxconn, for example.