Purported Google Pixel roadmap details devices through 2025

What do you want to know

  • An anonymous source apparently leaked Google’s plan for devices in 2023, 2024 and 2025.
  • The company’s Pixel Fold and a rumored Pixel 7a could arrive simultaneously at some point during the upcoming I/O event in April or May.
  • Plans for a Pixel 8a seem rocky as they hinge on the success of the 7a, while the Pixel 9 series may reflect Apple’s marketing strategy.
  • 2025 could see the release of four Pixel smartphones, including a clamshell foldable.

A recent leak took the excitement and turned it on its axis by detailing Google’s potential plan for the foreseeable future.

The leaks come from an anonymous source at Android Authority. The information the person provided relates to Google’s plans for releasing new devices in 2023 and through 2025.

The so-called roadmap starts in 2023, as we all expect Google to release its new foldable phone, the Pixel Fold, at some point. Recent leaks have shown us high-quality renders of the phone that show how close its design language is to the Pixel 7 series. 5.7mm, Google’s first foldable might look more like an Oppo Find N than a Galaxy Z Fold 4.

Leaked render of an open Google Pixel Fold.

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Of course, 2023 is also when we expect the Pixel Tablet. Google’s first tablet could end up becoming an integral part of consumers’ homes and will likely be positioned as a smart home hub, complete with a magnetic charging station.