What’s next for Google’s Pixel range? A non-premium handset and a smartwatch, says a recent report from Nikkei Asian Review.
The Japanese business title claims that Google is planning an “aggressive push into hardware” in 2019, hoping to capitalize on Apple’s wobbly expansion into developing markets with a non-premium Pixel phone and then update its other offerings.
As pointed out in 9to5Google’s write-up of the report, a lot of this isn’t unexpected. We’ve already seen quite a few photo and video leaks of the Pixel 3 Lite, which rumors say sports a 5.6-inch IPS display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB storage, plastic case, and midrange Snapdragon 670 processor. Nikkei’s contribution to the rumor mill is that the device will supposedly cost less…
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