Leaked: Google's Pixel Roadmap for 2023-2025 reveals Pixel fold and more

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Leaked: Google's Pixel Roadmap for 2023-2025 reveals Pixel fold and more (Image: pixel.google.com)
Leaked: Google's Pixel Roadmap for 2023-2025 reveals Pixel fold and more (Image: pixel.google.com)

Delhi : This year saw the launch of Google's first wristwatch and the Pixel 7 series, now it's time for the company to concentrate on the following-generation Pixel products. Additionally, we have already begun to learn about its plans for the upcoming year and even for 2025. The alleged Pixel gadget roadmap for 2023–2025 is available to us, and new items may be added to the mix. Check out the information below.

2023–2025 Pixel Device Roadmap is released

What Google has in mind for hardware from 2023 to 2025 is detailed in a recent study by Android Authority.  Before we go any further, it is important to note that this timeline is susceptible to change, so until more specific information is released, we should take it with a grain of salt.

Google's Plans for 2023

Google is expected to debut the Pixel 7a in 2023 to replace the Pixel 6a. Based on earlier leaked renderings, it might have a Pixel 7-like look and cost $449 (about Rs 37,200), like the Pixel 6a. The Tensor G2 chipset, a 90Hz display, wireless charging, and other technologies are anticipated.

The company's first foldable phone, the Pixel Fold, may be included to the family as well. The phone, which is anticipated to launch in Q1 2023, could resemble the Galaxy Z Folds and feature a peak brightness of 1200 nits. The Tensor G2 SoC, three back cameras, and more premium features might be present. It may cost $1,799 (about Rs. 1,49,000). In addition, Google will probably introduce the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro with the newest Tensor chipset, additional camera functions, and even a new look.

Google's 2024 and 2025 Plans

Google could be interested in 2024. If the Pixel 7a does well, it is anticipated that the Pixel 8a will follow (there are chances that Google might release the Pixel A-series phones on a biannual basis). Although there is a potential the following iPhone SE might be dropped, this speculated strategy is consistent with the iPhone SE lineup. If it is released, it might cost $499 (about Rs 41,300).

The Pixel 9 series will follow, perhaps consisting of three devices: the Pixel 9 ordinary, the Pixel 9 Pro, and a third Pro model (codenamed "caiman") with a compact 6.3-inch screen. According to the rumour from Android Authority, three Pixel phones with the Tensor G4 processor will be available in 2024. A second folding phone could also exist.
Two new tactics could be implemented by 2025. A regular model with small and big displays and a Pro model with small and large screen sizes might be introduced by Google, along with a foldable phone that resembles the Galaxy Z Flip. If this isn't done, Google may start making four Pixels (exactly like Apple).

Even if the aforementioned plan looks like a good idea to show that Google is serious about its hardware goods, we are unsure of how the public will react to it. As for the Pixel foldable phones, that is still up in the air. We will have to wait and watch how this plays out because the facts aren't clear. We'll keep you informed, but in the meanwhile, please share your comments on Google's allegedly revealed future plan.