• Google Mobile Phones

    Google is a well-known name in the world of technology. The US company is owned by Alphabet. Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in the month of September 1998. Larry and Sergey now run Alphabet as the CEO and President of the company. While Alphabet owns Google, which is now run by Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google.

    In addition to being one of the search engine giants and also one of the biggest mobile device OS makers (Android), Google also has a line-up of its own smartphone devices. The not-so-old smartphone devices built by Google go by the brand name of ‘Pixel’. Google Pixel smartphones are some of the leading, top-notch, high-end Android devices. They are primarily known for their reliability, longevity, camera, and hardware.

    Features of Google Mobile Phones

    The Google Smartphones are known for their following features:

    • Flagship, high-end devices
    • Affordability and feature-packed mobile phones
    • Value for money devices
    • Best-in-class camera phones
    • Regular Android security patches

    Google Mobile Phone Price in India 2020:

    Product Name Retail Price Variant
    Google Pixel 3a Rs.30,999 4 GB + 64 GB
    Google Pixel 3a XL Rs.34,999 4 GB + 64 GB

    Note: Prices mentioned above are as per the prices listed on www.flipkart.com as on 23 April 2020.

    Latest Redmi Mobile Phones

    1. Google Pixel 3a

    (Android with 64 GB internal memory and 4 GB RAM)

    Google Pixel 3a
    Performance

      Qualcomm Snapdragon 670, 64-bit Octa-core processor

      Adreno 615

      Titan M security module

    Operating System

      Android 9.0 (Android Pie)

      3 years of security patch updates

    Display

      14.22 cm (5.6 inch) FHD+, OLED screen

      PPI: 441

      Ratio: 18.5:9

      True black level

      D67 white point

      Full 24-bit depth or 16 million colours

    Memory and Storage

      4 GB LPDDR4x RAM

      64 GB Storage

    Camera

      Front camera: 8 MP wit f/2.0 aperture

      Rear camera: 12.2 MP dual pixel with f/1.8 aperture and optical and electronic image stabilisation

      Auto-focus with dual-pixel phase detection

    Battery

      3,000 mAh battery

      USB Type C with USB-PD 2.0

      18W fast charging

    Network and Connection

      Single nano SIM

      Supports up to CAT 11

      eSIM compliant

      2.4 GHz Wifi + 5.0 GHz WiFi

      Bluetooth 5.0

      NFC – Galileo

      Google Cast - QZSS

    Colours

      Just Black

      Clearly White

    2. Google Pixel 3a XL

    (Android with 64 GB internal memory and 4 GB RAM)

    Google Pixel 3a XL
    Performance

      Qualcomm Snapdragon 670, 64-bit Octa-core processor

      Adreno 615

      Titan M security module

    Operating System

      Android 9.0 (Android Pie)

      3 years of security patch updates

    Display

      15.24 cm (6.0 inch) FHD+, OLED screen

      PPI: 402

      Ratio: 18:9

      True black level

      D67 white point

      Full 24-bit depth or 16 million colours

    Memory and Storage

      4 GB LPDDR4x RAM

      64 GB Storage

    Camera

      Front camera: 8 MP wit f/2.0 aperture

      Rear camera: 12.2 MP dual pixel with f/1.8 aperture and optical and electronic image stabilisation

      Auto-focus with dual-pixel phase detection

    Battery

      3,700 mAh battery

      USB Type C with USB-PD 2.0

      18W fast charging

    Network and Connection

      Single nano SIM

      Supports up to CAT 11

      eSIM compliant

      2.4 GHz Wifi + 5.0 GHz WiFi

      Bluetooth 5.0

      NFC – Galileo

      Google Cast - QZSS

    Colours

      Just Black

      Clearly White

    Upcoming Google Mobile Phones in India

    The Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL are the latest entrants in the Google Pixel line-up. However, these phones are not making their way to the Indian market. The main reason behind these phones not being launched in India is the presence of Soli radar inside the phones. This radar uses 60 GHz mm Wave frequency which is not permitted to be used by un-licenced civilians in the country.

    In addition to these, there are some phones in the Google Pixel line-up which are rumoured to be releasing soon. These phones have not been confirmed by the phone makers officially. These phones are being listed below:

    • Google Pixel 5
    • Google Pixel 4A
    • Google Pixel 4A XL
    • Google Pxiel 3 Lite
    • Google Pixel 3 Lite XL

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    1. Where can I buy the previous models of the Google Pixel smartphone range?
    2. Google usually stops the production of the previous-gen Pixels with or before the launch of the latest ones. Thus, if you are looking for a Google Pixel, Pixel 2, or Pixel 2 XL, it is highly likely that you will not be able to get one. The phones are being sold through online channels only at this point in time. However, till the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, they were sold offline as well. If there are retailers around you who still have stocks of the old phones, you can buy it from them. However, it should be kept in mind that the phones are from the old lot with an old manufacturing date.

    3. Which is the best camera phone in the Google Pixel smartphone range?
    4. All the mobile phones in the Google Pixel line-up are claimed to have one of the best camera setups among smartphones. The cameras on the Google Pixel range of smartphones are mainly known for their real-tone colours, crisp images, and the ‘Night Mode’ photography tool. The Night Mode allows users to click brilliant, crisp, and sharp photographs in low light conditions.

    5. How often will I get security updates on my Google Pixel smartphone?
    6. Google Pixel smartphones receive a monthly security update patch. In addition to that, the phones are also one of the first phones to receive new Android OS updates.

    7. Where and how can I get my Google Pixel smartphone serviced?
    8. Google has one of the best service provisions for their smartphone range. You can look for the nearest service centre and drop your phone there. Alternatively, you can also avail the free pick-up option for the service.

    9. How does the pickup facility work for Google smartphones servicing?
    10. All you need to do is get in touch with the customer care and provide the details of your phone. After that the customer care executive will ask for your contact details and address. You will be required to book an appointment with the service centre to get your device picked up. On the date of the appointment, you will get a call from the executive confirming the pickup and it will be collected from the communication address that you have provided earlier. Once you hand over the phone, the executive will check the phone thoroughly for physical damages and click photos and a 360-degree video of the device. After this the device will be submitted and transported to the nearest diagnosis centre. Here the device will be diagnosed for the problems and an intimation will be provided to you stating the problems with the device and the estimated cost of repair. If you agree to the terms, you can directly make the payment after which the phone will be sent to the service bay for the servicing. All these steps are done online and are completely secure. In general, the service centre takes about 5 to 7 business days to fix the phone. However, the time requirement will be dependent on the type of problem and availability of spare parts for the phone.

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