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A few weeks ago, Google showcased its upcoming high-end smartphones, the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro. They can compete with high-end phones from Apple and Samsung. But that’s not it. Google is planning to take Samsung head-on with a full range of high-end devices that can compete with best-of-the-best Galaxy smartphones, including foldables.

According to a new rumor from China, Google has decided to launch its first foldable smartphone, and the famous contract manufacturing firm Foxconn has already started the mass production of that device. The device could be named the Pixel Fold or the Pixel Notepad. The device was already seen in the Google Camera app via a hidden code.

The device resembles the OPPO Find N more than the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and reportedly features a 5.85-inch cover display. The Pixel foldable phone is also expected to feature the same set of cameras—12.2MP+16MP—found on the Pixel 5.

The other phone that Foxconn has started working on is claimed to be the Pixel 7 Ultra, which could be a step above the Pixel 7 Pro. It is said to feature a 2K display and a ceramic body. Rumors claim it also features the Sony IMX787 camera sensor, which could be a 100MP sensor. It could also feature a 50MP ISOCELL GN1 periscope camera.

If this report is correct, it will be challenging for Samsung to sell its high-end phones in markets like the US and the UK, where Google has decent recognition.

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