In January it was reported that it was back on the table and rumors suggested that Google had made some changes along the way. For example, the phone was previously expected to have an internal screen of 7.57 inches, but a later leak said it would have a 5.8-inch screen. Other expected specs included the internal Tensor chip that fuels the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro and a camera array borrowed from the Pixel 5.
This was still not good enough or so Google thought. Korean publication the Elec reports that Google no longer plans to unveil the Pixel Fold in the fourth quarter of the year. The company originally planned to unveil the phone at the end of last year.
Apparently, Google isn’t happy with the current version and thinks something isn’t right. In the words of the outlet, “the delay is likely to mean the product isn’t as complete as Google wishes it to be.”
While this news will undoubtedly disappoint fans who have been waiting for the Pixel Fold, delay sounds better than a half-baked product.