Google considers launching a mid-range Pixel phone this summer

  • Google considers launching a mid-range Pixel phone this summer

Google considers launching a mid-range Pixel phone this summer

The company is working on a number of India-focused consumer products and has big plans for the country in the next few years.

The company is planning to launch an all-new mid-range Pixel smartphone along with its premium Pixel smartphones which it already sells in India.

In response to the patents, Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court declared, "When you read parts of the applications, it's really clear that this is spyware and a surveillance system meant to serve you up to advertisers".

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The Google Home devices connect to over 1,000 smart home devices.

Google today released the April 2018 security patch for both Pixel and Nexus devices. Amazon is in the first position with the Alexa-powered Echo range of smart speakers, followed by Google with the Google Assistant-powered Home speakers. On the top, it features a touch panel that features 4 LED indicator lights for controlling various functions like volume, pause and play audio and call up Google Assistant.

Over an hour ago, we told you that Google is all set to launch its Google Home and Google Home Mini smart speakers in India this month.

Google had unveiled its smart speaker - the Google Home - in 2016, as a hub for the connected home. The compact and affordable speaker was launched previous year in October. In the United States the Google Home is priced at $129 (roughly Rs. 8,400) and the Google Home Mini comes for $49 (roughly Rs. 3,200). This has been a massive success in countries like India, Nepal, Indonesia, etc. Google also unveiled QMobile A1, the budget-friendly smartphone in Pakistan with the help of QMobile being the hardware partner, however, the mobile was not very successful in Pakistan.

These so-called smart displays would compete with Amazon's Echo Show, and deliver information such as news, weather, and directions on tablet-like devices.