The Google Pixel roadmap leaks up until 2025 reveal the company’s upcoming smartphones

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The Google Pixel roadmap leaks up until 2025 reveal the company's upcoming smartphones
The Google Pixel roadmap leaks up until 2025 reveal the company's upcoming smartphones

The Google Pixel smartphones launched a few months ago seem to have finally started gaining some traction. Even though the Pixel 6 series was one of the most buggy smartphones the brand has ever released, it eventually became the most-sold device. From what I can see, the Pixel 7 series is likely to overtake the 6 series in the near future.

As you know, there have been a few leaks for the Pixel 7a and Pixel 8 series already, but an Android authority has just dropped the mother of all leaks in a report that reveals all the smartphones Google is planning to launch from 2023 to 2025 as part of the Pixel series.

At the Google I/O in April or May of the year 2023, Google is expected to launch two new Pixel devices, the Pixel 7a (codename “lynx”) as well as the Pixel Fold (codename “felix”) at the beginning of the year. This is a highly anticipated mid-range smartphone with a 90Hz display instead of the 60Hz display of the Pixel 6a, which is expected to make up for the shortcomings of the Pixel 6a. I am writing to tell you that according to MKBHD’s blind camera test, the Pixel 6a has beaten both the Pixel 7 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro to win the award for the best smartphone camera.


Towards the end of 2023, Google will launch a new series of smartphones called Pixel 8. Compared to the Pixel 7, the Pixel 8 vanilla model will be a bit smaller, while the Pixel 8 Pro will be the same size as the Pixel 7 Pro. In terms of specs, the Pixel 8 series will be quite similar to the Pixel 7 series except for the new Tensor G3 chipsets, which are expected to be quite similar to the Pixel 7 series.

In terms of release date, the Pixel 8a is scheduled to launch in 2024, however, depending on how well the Pixel 7a sells, that plan may have to be abandoned in favor of a Pixel a series launch every two years. The Pixel 8a will cost $499 when it launches at the end of this year, which is $50 more than its predecessor.

As part of the Pixel 9 series of smartphones, there will be three different models: the Pixel 9 (which is expected to maintain the smaller size of the Pixel 8), the Pixel 9 Pro (with a screen size that is about 6.7 inches), and a third Pro-level model with a screen size of 6.3 inches and all of the features of the larger Pro. This premise assumes that Google will follow Apple’s example, in which case the new 6.3-inch phone will be considered a Pro version of Apple’s iPhone, whereas the 6.7-inch model will be considered a Pro Max version. These new devices will all be powered by the Tensor G4 SoC, which is of course built into all three of them.

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Moreover, there will also be a brand-new foldable phone in 2024, although little information about it is known at the moment.

As a result, the corporation may choose to take a different route for 2025 based on how effective (or unsuccessful) its strategy for 2023 and 2024 turns out to be in the coming years. The flip-style foldable Google is “toying” with could debut in the fall of 2025 alongside three slab Pixels that year (there will still be three of them like in 2024), if the flip-style foldable Google is “toying” with becomes a reality.

However, if the flip phone doesn’t materialize, we’re likely to see four non-folding Pixel phones instead, including a standard model in small and large sizes as well as a Pro model in both sizes. 

According to the information being provided, all of this data has undergone a rigorous review and is sourced from a reliable source.

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