The Google Pixel learns from the worst of Apple: its accessories are more expensive! -


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Friday, 6 October 2017

The Google Pixel learns from the worst of Apple: its accessories are more expensive!

In the world of consumer electronics, the different segments by which we decide whether a brand is premium or not are already decided. All the companies have taken part in them, and have been dedicated to make it very clear which is your favorite market. In some cases, especially in the case of certain brands of Android, they allow themselves the luxury of having different models in several ranges. All in order to meet the needs of each user.

However, there is a brand that does not stop lurching . Google, which continues its quest to become the gleaming apple of Android, introduced yesterday a range of devices that have nothing to envy the models that Apple has recently introduced. At least, according to what they have dared to say. In fact, even without having been able to test their new products, the truth is that in some respects we have to be right.

Welcome to a world where connecting your headphones can cost you more than these 

Google has tried so hard to learn from those of Cupertino to launch their second generation Pixel, it seems that now the problem of the industry are them, and not Apple. They have managed to capture and apply the small details that still quite annoy us many of the users of the products of the latter. An example? The price of accessories . Only the replacement of the USB-C adapter to Jack 3.5 is worth 20 dollars, and taking into account the changes that apply, for us will be the modest price of 22 euros.

Do not get me wrong, I respect who want to look like the company that has proven that it is possible to create a product that works correctly in the vast majority of situations. They wanted to follow the same model of Apple, thinking that the mere fact of creating a phone for their software was worth raising prices . But, honestly, I think they were doing much better when they started releasing phones that everyone could afford, like the Nexus 4, not an iPhone X attempt.

And you, what do you think of this change of direction of Google?

Via | The Verge 

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