Google is reportedly making a play for one of the biggest emerging markets at least when it comes to technology: India. Reddington, India, a Google Distribution partner revealed that the search giant is ready to launch the speakers by end of April 2018. Google Home and Google Home Mini will launch in India by late April.
A new report claims this year’s new Pixel 3 line-up will include a mid-range model that’s more affordable than its pricey siblings. The Google Home and Home Mini are also expected arrive and could be priced similar to the Amazon Echo products at Rs 4,999 and Rs 9,999.
Further details are awaited.
With a Pixel phone along with some of its exclusive features (if not all), Google might be able to attract a wider customer base in countries like India. So, Google Home speakers have a definite advantage over Echo with Hindi language support in India. For those who are unaware, the Google Home speakers are powered by the company’s Google Assistant and allow users to perform various tasks with the help of just voice commands. By the next year, we may also see the premium Pixelbook laptop retailing in India.
LIKE MOST high-end flagships, Google’s Pixel 2 phone costs loads of money – but that’s all about to change. Earlier, Google used to offer a lot of value for money smartphones with the Nexus lineup of products, but now, Google is competing with the major smartphone vendors such as Apple, Samsung in the hardware space.
Amazon launched the Echo gadgets in India almost its voice colleague Alexa. You can bookmark our site and share this news on your social media accounts to let your friends and family know about this information first! While Google’s Assistant is called Google Assistant, Amazon calls its AI Alexa. At this time, we already have both factory image and OTA files, so choose whichever works best for you if you don’t feel like waiting for the update to show up on your device.