In order to defeat Amazon and Apple’s latest devices, Google has revealed its new smarpthones. Presented by Google Director of Product Management Sabrina Ellis, the Google Pixel Phone is just the start of the tech aggression shown by the company.
On Tuesday, the tech giant announced and showed the world its move to create its own hardware powered on Android — its world-famous operating system supplied to other manufacturers including Samsung and HTC.
According to Google, it can design software and hardware to work seamlessly together — something its rival Apple had done in the last 15 years.
The Google Pixel Phones will be on sale with a starting price of $650 (£590).
This could also mean a serious Android rival for Android-powered Samsung, the South Korean manufacturing company being the best at integrating the OS with their hardware.
However, Google’s own journey through the tech world may have it create rivalries with Samsung and other manufacturers it has worked with that create Android gadgets. But Google said in a statement it is still focused on creating better relationships with other manufacturers of android devices.
Aside from the Pixel Phone, Google also revealed Daydream View, a VR headset that could rival current giant Oculus Rift.