Google Plans Smartphone Production In India

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Google is currently planning to bring more Pixel devices to India in the near future, and is also opening up opportunities to work on their devices there.

According to a statement, Google said that it would present a successor to the Pixel 4a, namely 5A in large numbers in India, of course after the device was launched, which is predicted to launch in June 2021.

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After that launch stage, Google will further explore the possibility of Pixel production in India. The production is intended for sales in India as well as for export.

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There is a strong suspicion that this is happening because in 2020 Google has increased the number of Pixel 4a stocks in India, and is reportedly high in demand because it is priced quite competitively.

Then because of the competitive price, it is also the reason so far Google will not launch the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 in India, because it can affect the competitive selling price, and previously did not release the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL because of the Motion Sense feature. cannot be used in that country.

And they hope that their global market share through the Indian market will be bigger. NahRegarding the successor to the Pixel 4A, the 5A, which is likely to be ready for launch, is rumored to have two versions, namely those that already support 5G using the Snapdragon 690 chip, and the 4G version carrying the Snapdragon 732G.

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In terms of appearance, this smartphone will come with dimensions of 156.2 x 73.2 x 8.8 mm. Judging from its size, the phone will have a body that is bigger than the Pixel 4A but tends to be slightly smaller than the Pixel 4A 5G.

The Pixel 5A is alleged to come with a body wrapped in plastic material. And reportedly ready to be priced at a competitive price too, according to his current strategy.