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Google Launches Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphones; Pre-Bookings on Flipkart Start Oct 13 for Rs. 57,000 Onwards

Google had been mulling to launch its own smartphones for the sake of uniformity in Android and phones, and there were rumours that Google is replacing the Pixel line-up with the Nexus line-up. Looks like Nexus line-up isn’t dead, but won’t be active anytime soon either. California-based tech giant has just unveiled the premium Pixel […] The post Google Launches Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphones; Pre-Bookings on Flipkart Start Oct 13 for Rs.
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