We all know very well that the tech giant Google has its own line of smartphones, which is known as Pixel. Currently, we have seen two versions of these devices since the name was released. In the past, the tech giant Google line was known as Nexus. But, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google to launch a cheaper version of Pixel smartphone soon.
WoW! Google To Launch A Cheaper Version Of Pixel
The tech giant Google has its own line of smartphones, which is known as Pixel. Currently, we have seen two versions of these devices since the name was released. In the past, the tech giant Google line was known as Nexus.
The Pixels are high-end smartphones with prices similar to those of other manufacturers, but this was not always the case. The first versions of Nexus were in a price range lower than the competition. Apparently, the company could introduce a new mid-range equipment, according to Android Central.
A mid-range Pixel smartphone?
According to the media, the company could launch a new mid-range Pixel in India in July or August. In the last year, the tech giant Google has focused several of its growth strategies in the Asian country. In addition, in that country, the Nexus line was very popular when it came out so it makes sense to start there with a new lower-cost smartphone.
In addition to the arrival of a new Pixel, the tech giant Google would also increase its product portfolio in India. Therefore, this year it could also bring Google Home, Google Wifi and the Pixelbook to that market.
At the moment we do not know what the specifications of the possible Google Pixel mid-range would be. Currently, the company has the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, which are teams with screens of 5 and 6 inches respectively. In addition, these have other specifications such as 4 GB of RAM, Snapdragon 835 processor and 64 GB of storage.
India: a market for Google’s growth
As we said earlier, India has become Google’s new obsession. In India, the company has announced other strategies such as Android Go. This is an Android version with tools that make it lighter and more suitable for use on smartphones with 1 GB of RAM and at least 8 GB of storage. In this way, the tech giant Google aims that manufacturers of low-priced equipment can offer products with better performance and that help user to better manage the cost of data and storage space.
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