# ** Compare Google Pixel Fold and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4** ## Google’s first foldable smartphone, the Pixel Fold, will have to face the most notable competitor in this market, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. According to *Engadget*, Google recently officially introduced the Pixel Fold – the first product marking the company’s footsteps into the foldable smartphone segment. Like previous foldables, the Pixel Fold has a vertical hinge that allows it to unfold like a book. When folded, users will get a more traditional design with a 5.8-inch screen. When unfolded, users will receive a larger 7.6-inch screen for multitasking or watching videos. Both OLED panels have a 120Hz refresh rate and come with the Tensor G2 chip found in last year’s Pixel 7 series. The product also attracts attention with a thinness of only 12.1 mm when folded and 5.8 mm when opened, a battery for more than 24 hours and a weight of 283 grams. The company also claims the machine has a hinge with almost no gap. But when it hits the shelves, the Pixel Fold will have fierce competition from the Galaxy Z Fold4 product from Samsung, which has a long experience in manufacturing folding smartphones. To better compare the two products to make the choice easier, let’s put them on the scale in terms of specifications. Of course, specifications are not all to say which Pixel Fold or Galaxy Z Fold4 is better, because it all depends on the user’s experience. Besides, the Galaxy Z Fold4 is also about to be replaced by the Galaxy Z Fold5 this summer, so users have a reason to delay shopping for a while longer if they are hesitant to spend money to buy a Pixel Fold.