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Google’s “Pixel Fold” reportedly coming in Q4 2022

We've been hearing about a potential "Pixel Fold" for quite a long time now. Android 12L introduced a few changes tailored specifically for tablets and foldable smartphones, and it seemed that with Google Tensor, Google was finally beginning to take its hardware seriously. However, all of that seemed to dissipate when Ross Young from the...

Pixel Launcher on Android 13 DP1 adds support for two home screen layouts, possibly for a Pixel foldable

Android 12 is now old news. Yesterday, Google dropped the first developer preview of Android 13, the next major version of Android that brings many notable improvements, including enhanced privacy, per-app language controls, redesigned media player UI, themed icon support for third-party apps, and much more. Interestingly, Android 13 DP1 also adds support for multiple...

Google’s Pixel Fold has reportedly been canceled

The Google Pixel 6 series launched recently, featuring the company's Tensor SoC, an all-new design, the latest version of Android, and much more. We later saw that the company was working on Android 12L, which we managed to get our hands on before Android 12's full release.  At the time, we learned that the update would bring several...

Google is reportedly working on a second foldable Pixel phone

Google's next big update to Android will be Android 12, but signs point to a 12.1 update in the future that will improve the foldable phone experience. We've seen rumors of a foldable Pixel code-named "Passport" that could release late this year, and now it seems Google may be working on a second foldable Pixel...

Android 12.1 will improve the foldable phone experience likely in preparation for the Pixel Fold

The next big update to Android is launching on October 4th according to a document reviewed by XDA. Android 12 will be the biggest Android OS update in years, bringing a complete redesign, a new theme engine, a one-handed mode, and much more. Because of how extensive the update is, it's possible that Google ran out...