What roadmap from 2023 to 2025? The big leak leaks all its smartphone plans
An anonymous but reliable source shared Google’s complete smartphone business roadmap with Android Authority. This leak covers the years 2023, 2024 and 2025. We are calculating.
The leak of new Google products in recent years has left little room for doubt when discovering them. Unfortunately for the Mountain View giant, the same dynamic continues. But this time A leaking I know all the company’s plans for 2023-2025.
This anonymous source applied Android Authority share items that are claimed to be known. The American media consider this man trustworthy and reliable. Android Authority took care to check each project mentioned: some are already gems, others less so.
This roadmap primarily focuses on Google’s future smartphones. At the very least, the firm’s strategy may change significantly over the next few years. However, the 2023 vintage will not be innovative with relatively classic specifications.
2023: a classic and great presentation
For next year, we should expect the Pixel 7a (codenamed: ” lynx “) is sold at the same price as its predecessor, i.e. $449 in the US. When will it be available? As in 2022, Google I/O could be a great window of opportunity: Google’s main annual conference is traditionally held in May.
Until then, the company’s intentions would not have surprised anyone. On the other hand, the officialization of its first foldable smartphone is enough to excite the crowd. The so-called Pixel Fold would also use Google I / O to monopolize some media coverage.
Encoded “Felix” internally, this foldable will adopt a book format like the Galaxy Z Fold, which folds in half to become a small tablet. This model will also compete directly with Samsung given its likely price: $1,799. Or niche fare.
Then in 2023, the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro we’ve already heard about will logically take over. According to an anonymous source, no major changes will be implemented in this range except for the classic version. The latter would adopt a more comprehensive format, both in terms of dimensions and screen size.
2024: strong choices will come
Google reserves the right to change its habits in 2024, such as ignoring the codenamed Pixel 8a “Akita” and potentially expected for $499. But launching this version ” lite It should depend on the commercial success of the Pixel 7a.
If the latter manages to fool the general public, the Pixel 8a would have a good chance of seeing the light of day. Otherwise, it would be sitting pretty in the Mountain View band lockers…at least for a year. In fact, Google will consider biennial marketing for its “a” range, meaning every two years.
In the fall of 2024, the new Pixel lineup will also undergo a major overhaul. In addition to the classic Pixel 9 – which will receive the evolution format of the Pixel 8 – and the Pixel 9 Pro (codenamed: “Komodo”) Google will add a second coded pro version“Cayman”.This model matches the Pixel 9 Pro in a more compact Pixel 9 format.
Here, Google will follow in Apple’s footsteps by adopting a more or less similar commercial strategy: two ranges distinguished by one with more advanced technical features, the other with less understandable and different screen sizes.
2025: Flip attraction
In 2025, several tracks will be reviewed by Google. But again, the commercial success of the 2023 and 2024 plans will directly affect his choices. Nothing is recorded or frozen here. However, it is rumored that this time around, the game will feature a new foldable, clamshell format. For when? Autumn 2025.
If no Flip eventually sees the light of day, Google could focus on a more muscular range of four phones in total: two different-sized classic models, again two different-sized pro models. An example that definitely reminds me of another example: that of Apple.
We repeat: all these elements cannot be taken literally. As far-fetched as the projects seem, Google reserves the right to change them over the next few months or years.Android Authoritynevertheless, they remain reliable media whose sources should be taken seriously.
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