Due to price and availability leaks in international markets, Google's upcoming foldable smartphone, the Pixel Notepad, has been making headlines.

The price of the smartphone, however, could change "in the lead up to the unveiling," according to the report. The phone, rather than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3

Google's foldable phone, which could be called Pixel Notepad, could cost $1,399 (roughly Rs. 1,04,500) in the United States, citing two people familiar with the company's ongoing planning.

The report adds, "This target price is subject to change in the lead up to the unveiling." In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 cost $1,799 (roughly Rs. 1,34,300) at launch, a $400 difference (roughly Rs. 30,000).

The alleged Google Pixel Notepad is said to be available in the United States as well as other international markets. According to the most recent report, there will be a gap between the US and international launches

The phone is also expected to include Google's Tensor SoC, which is currently found in the Pixel 6 devices. However, it's possible that it won't have the same camera as the Pixel phones.

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