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There’s been a lot of talk lately about Google’s potential foray into the world of foldable smartphones. A new report claims that the company is working on a device that could be released as early as next year.

If true, this would be a major shift for the company, which has been largely content to let other manufacturers lead the way on foldable phones. But it makes sense given Google’s history of innovation.

The report comes from TheElec, a Korean website that has a good track record when it comes to Google leaks. According to the site, Google is working on a device codenamed “passport,” which is being developed by LG.

The phone is said to be a “clamshell” design, similar to the recently announced Motorola Razr. It’s also said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor, which would make it a mid-range device.

Interestingly, TheElec claims that Google is aiming to price the phone at around $850. That’s significantly cheaper than other foldable phones on the market, which often cost upwards of $2000.

If Google can pull it off, this could be a game-changer for the foldable phone market. Right now, the high price tag is a big barrier to entry for most consumers. But if Google can bring a quality device to market at a more affordable price, it could jumpstart the industry.

Of course, it’s important to take all of this with a grain of salt. Nothing has been officially announced yet, and Google is notoriously tight-lipped about its upcoming products.

But if TheElec’s report is accurate, it sounds like we could be seeing a very different Pixel phone next year. And that’s definitely something to get excited about.

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