Google Removes Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphones from its Product Portfolio

Published By : 12 Apr 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The original first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL mobiles has been removed by Google from its Google Store. Initially spotted by Android Police, the landing page on Google Store for the Pixels, launched in 2016, now diverts to another page with only two connections – Pixel 2 and its accessories. “The Pixel had a decent run, and it most likely wasn't offering a great deal of units. Google decreased the cost of the first generation of smartphone after the Pixel 2 was introduced, however, the price still began with US$549. The Pixel 2 was only US$100 more that it,” the report included.

Later, Google affirmed this to Digital Trends. “Various third-party vendors are as yet offering the telephone, however the company doesn't know how much longer that will stay. At present, Amazon is offering both new and renovated forms of the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL,” explained Digital Trends. Among the first six nations where Pixel was launched in October 2016, was India where it begun at Rs. 57,000. Pixel was the main smartphone with Google Assistant – an inherent AI program that fills in as a wise individual collaborator and information navigator, such as Apple's 'Siri'.

Pixel came pre-introduced with Google Duo video calling application and informing application Allo. Pixel cell phones were fitted with most recent Snapdragon 821 Quad-center (2x2.15 Ghz and 2x1.6 Ghz) processors of Qualcomm and 4GB RAM. Google delivered 3.9 million Pixel and Pixel 2 gadgets in 2017 which is almost twofold the units it sold in 2016.

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