On Tuesday, the 15th of October 2019, Silicon-Valley Giant Alphabet Inc.-owned, Google LLC. had unveiled a new set of Pixel smartphones with better cameras, a radar sensor to keep track of hand gestures alongside a faster virtual assistant technology, nonetheless the device had failed to satisfy the industry critics as it lacked surprise features which could set it apart from the rival smartphone makers, while there had been concerns about its latest high-end, premium smartphone worth about $799.
In point of fact, the fourth-generation Google’s Pixel smartphone would have a starting price of $799 for a 5.7-inch display and $899 for a 6.3-inch display, while a Google LLC. officials had also been quoted saying that all four major US wireless carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile US, would offer the smartphone by next week on October 24th.
Although, Google’s effort to start-off hardware developing in a bid to introduce AI-devices faster than its rivals, which began around four-years ago, had brewed off mixed outcomes and criticisms, but the world’s largest search engine company appeared to be holding forth at a highly clogged smartphone market instead of deploying measures to ramp up its online stronghold to ratchet up heat on big-league rivals likes of Facebook Inc. alongside Amazon.com Inc.