It’s now nearly impossible to find a flagship smartphone with a screen that is comparatively smaller due to the growth in smartphone screen size. But it seems that Google is on track to release a smaller phone now that there are rumors of a foldable smartphone from the company. The Google Pixel 8, the company’s upcoming flagship smartphone, will have a smaller display panel, according to the most recent leak from Ross Young. Compared to the 6.7-inch display on the Pixel 8 Pro, the Google Pixel 8 is rumored to have a 6.16-inch display. We anticipate the business to market and list the 6.16-inch panel as a 6.2-inch panel.
Furthermore, it has been revealed that Samsung will supply the display for the upcoming Pixel 8 lineup, which is unsurprising given the company’s market dominance. According to rumors, the panel production could start in May or the following month. The official release of the Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro flagship smartphones is anticipated for October. But if past behavior is any indication, the company will likely unveil the devices at Google I/O first.
In addition to teasing the Pixel 8 lineup at Google I/O, the technology behemoth plans to introduce the Pixel 7a, the eagerly anticipated Pixel Fold foldable smartphone, and the Pixel Tablet. So Google is lining up a big one for this year. Let us hear you out if you think the smaller screen of the upcoming Google Pixel 8 and Pro is a welcome development. And if you think otherwise, feel free to voice out in the comment section.