A report published by market research group stated that Google is Starting to Takeoff. The report revealed that the Google Pixel line is now the fastest-growing brand of smartphones in the United States, beating out all major opponents — including Apple and Samsung.
Despite the fact that the iPhone still outperform Pixel phones worldwide by a wide margin (Google doesn’t register in IDC’s global top-5 rankings), it’s a sign that in America the Pixel brand may finally be breaking through.
Total US smartphone consignments for the whole market reduced a sad % YoY in Q4 2018, due to longer alternate rates and a short of amazing designs.
The question arises, “Is Google Pixel the new iPhone?”
Exaggeration? The Pixel 3′s features such as camera, Google Assistant, and the reality that Pixel phones are the first with the newest versions of Android are three main reasons why the phones acquire good reviews and stack up well against the iPhone.
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One of the distinctive features like Google Night Sight – which has extraordinary low-light performance and the overall brilliance of the camera give Google an outstanding position.
Google Assistant is enhanced than Apple’s Siri. You can compare and can testify to this. Features like Google’s intelligent call screening are scary good.
Pixel is very competitive in terms of price. From the time when the announcement of the Pixel 3 ($799) and Pixel 3 XL ($899) was made in October, Google had arranged three sales.
The first time the discount on the phones was $200 and the last two times $150 (the most recent sale on the Google Store ended earlier this month). So, there’s a good chance you can get the phones at a reasonable discount if you hold on patiently to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
I’ve experienced that the “pure” Android experience of Pie on the Pixel 3 XL comes quite close to Apple’s iOS 12 in execution. Apple still has a winning margin here but Google is closing the gap.