Sources say the 'Pixel Notepad' already has a price

By Andrew Romero & Abner Li

According to trusted sources, we are now hearing that the "Pixel Notepad" would likely come in at around $1,400. Of course, this price is completely subject to change before release.

By comparison, and if that price is accurate as well as stands, there would be a $500 difference between the Pixel 6 Pro and the "Pixel Notepad." If comparing this price gap to Samsung's line, that's $100 less than the difference between the Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

As far as launch dates go, there is set to be a gap between US and international launch dates. This means customers in the US would see the new foldable before those in other countries.

Another exciting bit about the foldable that we already knew is that the "Pixel Notepad" is set to look more like the Oppo Find N. This means the device would be a little wider than the Galaxy Fold. The device is also going to have a Tensor chip, similar to the already out Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. This chip is responsible for a lot of what makes the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro special.

Other specs we know...

Cameras on the "Pixel Notepad" won't be up to par with the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, though. Instead of a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor, the foldable will have a 12.2MP Sony IMX363. This is the same sensor used in Pixels 3-5a. This does mean however, that the camera array may be a little thinner in comparison to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro's rear camera bar.

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