Samsung expects Google Pixel Fold to land this year as well, which could lead to fierce competition for foldable smartphones, but the choice between it and the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is almost always the size you need. And the shape of the cover display. ..
According to it Ross Youngs The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 (which has a good track record in display-related leaks) has a 6.19-inch cover display, and the Google Pixel Fold has a much smaller 5.8-inch cover display.
Therefore, the cover screen of Google Pixel Fold also seems to have a wider aspect ratio than Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4.
The Z Fold 4 and Google foldable have a foldable display of the same size, but the Google cover display is much smaller at 5.8 “, which means it has a wider aspect ratio than the Samsung 6.19” Fold 4. Next week’s meeting.May 2, 2022
You might think that means that the main displays are also very different, but obviously not because Young claims they will be the same size as each other. He doesn’t say what size it is, but the previous leak was 7.56 inches on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and about 7.6 inches on the Google Pixel Fold, which is actually a similar size.
So far, I’ve taken all of this with just a little salt, but as mentioned earlier, Young has a good track record. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 may land in August or September, but Pixel Fold may not land until at least October, so specifications are not yet officially known.
Indeed, in reply to this latest tweet, Young claims that Google Pixel Fold will land in the fourth quarter. This means somewhere between October and December.
Analysis: Comparison of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Google Pixel Fold
So Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Google Pixel Fold may have completely different external displays, but how else are they different?
One of the possible differences is the price. The PixelFold is rumored to sell for around $ 1,400 (about £ 1,040 / AU $ 1,960) and could be slightly cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4.
Their chipsets are certainly different too. Leak refers to the Google Tensor chipset for the Pixel Fold (currently used in the Pixel 6 series), but the Galaxy Z Fold 4 may use the more powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen1.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 may also come with a stylus, but I’ve never heard of Google’s collapsible. Their cameras are certainly different, but most rumors suggest that both phones will be pretty half-hearted in front of them.