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Has Google Finally Made a Phone That People Will Buy?

Google is good at many things, but marketing new products isn’t always one of them. In fact, as the generally sluggish sales of its Nexus phones demonstrate, it sometimes doesn't even seem to be trying. Nevertheless, it may have just made a good case for its latest piece of hardware, almost in spite of itself. Showing off its new Pixel smartphones at its Tuesday press event, the company stumbled through a lengthy explanation of the integration of its personal assistant software into the phone itself.
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