Google Pixel C
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- Wifi Only (Without Calling)
- 3GB RAM
- 10.2-inch screen
Google is a well-known name globally. It is even used as a phase while gathering information about anything and everything ‘ just google it’. Google is an American multinational technology company that provides Internet-related services and products. The services and products can include online advertising technologies, search engine, software, hardware, and cloud computing. Google is developing swiftly and is occupying a lot of space in the virtual world with every nanosecond of each day and that is what makes Google what it is. The company was formed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 while there were Ph.D. students at Stanford University California.
On September 4, 1998, Google was announced as a privately held company and the head office shifted to Mountain View, California. The head office is also known as Googleplex. Google now owns and operates data centers all across the globe, around nine centers in America, two in Asia, and four in Europe. Google has moved forward and has shown rapid growth that is the result of sincere efforts of the company as a whole and the growth resulted in further diversification of Google. Google started offering services designed for work, email, scheduling and time management, cloud storage, and social networking among others. The most used Google services and products are Google search, Gmail, Google docs, Goolge+, YouTube, Chrome OS, Google Maps, and Google duo among others.
Google as a company has a very diverse company corporate profile, the group has invested and experimented in a lot of places and has actually been successful. When we talk about Google among ourselves we cannot just think of one thing but we think of numerous fields that we can think of Google being a part of. Google each year gets around 13 billion in total advertising revenues from its advertising programs. In 2007 Google launched “AdSense for Mobile” to take advantage of emerging mobile advertising market. In June 2008, Google planned a deal with Yahoo!, that never got completed because of the trust issues by the U.S. Department of Justice. In 2008 December Google backed off from the deal.
ComScore performed a market research in 2009 regarding the available search engines and according to the reports Google search was the dominant search engine in the United States and held 65.6% space. Other than this Google also hosts Google Books for book lovers. The company scans books and uploads limited previews and also the full books only from the U.S., the U.K., Canada, and Australia.
Google announced the Google Analytics 360 Suite which is a set of integrated data and marketing analytics products, that is designed specifically for the needs of enterprise-class marketers. The company developed the Android mobile OS, that was able to connect smartwatches, TVs, car systems, and other smart devices.
Now, why would Google stay behind in the game gadgets when every other brand is trying to put forward there best to enter the gadget market. In 2011, Google introduced the Chromebook, which was described as the “new king of computers” and was a huge competitor of Apple in each and every sense. The computer ran Chrome search engine and was an easy substitute for Apple Mac. After this, a lot of other hardware platforms were launched like the Pixel and the Pixel XL smartphones with Google Assistant, and a next-generation contextual voice assistant, built-in. Google introduced Google home, which is a software that can answers voice-queries, playa music, and can control third-party smart home appliances.
The very next big hardware innovation and experiment that Google came up with was the introduction of Google tablets. By the end of 2009 people were going crazy by news of Google introducing Google smartphones, but the news got even bigger when when the it did arrive. It wasn’t just a smartphone but Google introduced a HTC made Nexus One which was a full fledged tablet. The journey started in January 2010 with Google Nexus One the very first Google tablet in India.
The Google Nexus One was officially the very first device that ran on Android 2.1 Eclair. The Google tablet specifications included a 3.7-inch AMOLED display with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor coupled with 512MB RAM. the storage of the tablet was 512MB and it ran on a 1400mAh battery. The device has a premium finish and it featured a good 5MP camera with Auto focus. The HTC based tablet crossed all limits and expectations of the users who were eagerly waiting for its release as it went on sale via Google’s online store. This very device made the other brands get inspired by its design and it put up a benchmark. This Google tablet specifications hit the market quite hard and was considered a powerful device and was quite similar to HTC Desire but because of Google’s reputation within one week about 20,000 units were sold. Initially the tablet did face some issues because it was comparatively expensive.
For the next Nexus device Google partnered with Samsung and released the Google Nexus S in December 2010. The Google Nexus S Tablet specifications included Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a AMOLED 4-inch display. The storage was again a surprise with inbuilt 16GB storage and NFC was the new added feature. Other then these specifications nothing else changed. Google shifted from HTC to Samsung to diversify the patronage and to some level for the increase in sales and this technique did pay off. For the next Nexus device the Google Nexus Galaxy the company stuck with Samsung.
In October 2012 Google released the Google Nexus 4, for which it partnered with LG. This Google tablet specifications and style were a hit in the market also, the Google tablet price fit a lot of population’s budget and the Nexus 4 is till date the most successful Google tablet. The Google nexus 4 specifications included a 1.5GHz processor coupled with 2GB RAM and was available in 8GB and 16GB variants. The device had a 4.7-inch display and it supported wireless charging which was attracting customers. Talking about the camera it did not disappoint its users and had an 8MP camera. Tablet had a shimmering glass-backed design.
Till Nexus 7 nothing major changed but the Nexus 7 was believed to be the very first Google tablet to have mass consumer appeal. For this tablet Google partnered with ASUS and it carried nexus branding. This Google tablet specifications included a 7-inch display, a Tegra 3 Processor, and 1GB RAM.
Since the Google Nexus One this is the first time Google has partnered with HTC again for the release of latest Google tablet the Nexus 9. The Google tablet price has always been a talked about topic globally. The specifications and the prices have matched and Google has created a name for itself in the market when it comes to gadgets.
The Google Nexus 6 and the Google Nexus 9 are in a good pace and the most successful Nexus devices. The future for Nexus is exciting plus very confusing when it comes to the Google tablet prices in India and globally. The fans and users are looking forward for the next Nexus device and Google has kept everybody in deep suspense with what’s coming ahead in 2018.
The Google Nexus was the name under which Google launched its first range of Tablets to its user. Google Nexus 7 was first launched in the year 2012 and has come a long way since. The Google range of Tablets gives the user a
The Google Nexus 7 2013, Google Nexus 9, and Google Nexus 10 are the tablets that have been launched and have received
The Google Nexus 9 tablet comes with an Android V5 operating system and can be upgraded to the V7 Nougat. It is packed with 2.3GHz 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 Dual Denver processor, 192-core Kepler GPU and comes with 2GB RAM and 16/32 GB internal memory.
The 6700 mAh battery gives a 10-hour movie watching background in the 9-inch IPS LCD QXGA capacitive touchscreen which has a pixel resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. The 8Mp rear camera with the 1.6 MP front-facing camera lets you take clear pictures and gives the best video calling experience. The icing on the cake is definitely how you could multitask with the split screen options Lollipop has to offer.
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