Google’s new flagship phones are Google Pixel 7The Google Pixel 7 Probut a leaked roadmap gives us an idea of the tech giant’s Pixel plans for the next few years — all the way to 2025. We will see foldable phones, specification upgrades, and many other things, it seems.
This is a shrewd look into the future, courtesy of Android Authority(Opens in a new window)However, this is not an official statement and it is possible that Google will alter its plans. The road map is not yet set in stone, even according to the same source.
We can now dive in, with these caveats removed. Concerning the timing for Google IO 2023 in April/May, we seem to be getting. Google Pixel Fold (at $1,799, roughly £1,495 or AU$2,675) and Google Pixel 7a(The price for this year appears to be identical. Google Pixel 6a Priced at $449 / £399 / AU$749).
We will also have Google Pixel 8The Google Pixel 8 Pro will follow in 2023. This roadmap suggests that the Pixel 8 would be smaller than its immediate predecessor. However, the Pro model will match the dimensions and display size of the Google Pixel 7 Pro. Both phones will be powered with Tensor G3.
The Tensor G4 will be bringing three Pixel 9 models with two Pro versions. One is the current 6.7-inch size, the other the new 6.3 inch size (to closely match the Apple iPhoneA series. The launch of the Google Pixel 8a depends on the sales of the Pixel 7a. Google may offer a two-year warranty for the mid-range phone.
This road takes us to 2025. Planning is more flexible here – a lot of it depends on how the 2023 and/2024 phones sell. Google may release a foldable folding clamshell to challenge the iPhone. Samsung Galaxy Z FlipAccording to the report, it may increase the Pixel 10 range of phones to four and may launch Google Pixel Fold 2.
Analyse: Follow Apple & Samsung
As Android Authority also noted while reporting on its experience, Google is clearly looking to follow the lead set by Apple and Samsung — the two phone makers that dominate sales in the US. Google could have two foldables (like Samsung), and four major phone models by 2025 (like Apple).
Switching Pixel A-series phones to a launch every two years would match Apple’s, too — it’s just what they’re up to iPhone SE. Upgrades aren’t as important if power and performance aren’t as important. A change of course could help Google keep a flat price on these phones.
We will have to wait to see if Google’s Pixel efforts lead to increased device sales. It’s been hard at work building out its ecosystem of products – we’ve seen it. pixel clockWe’ll launch this year and then next year. Pixel TabletProviding more hardware pieces that work together for consumers.
Despite these changes, the main selling points of Pixel phones have remained the same over the years: high-quality photos and videos and an always updated version Android. Google has not yet done anything in the US, at least. People’s dependence on iMessageTo get a large user base to switch.
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