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Google rolls out first ever smartphone

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 5 — Goolge Inc. rolled out a series of hardware and software on Tuesday, including its first ever smartphone named Pixel.

While the market is crowded for smartphones, the US technology company based in Menlo Park, northern California, promoted Pixel together with the Google Assistant, claiming that the phone is the first of the kind with the software product that enables users to have a natural conversation with Google to find answers or get things done on the go.

The company also claimed that Pixel has the best smartphone camera, and offered Pixel owners unlimited storage for original quality photos and videos at full resolution in its Google Photos service for free.

The phone also comes with Google's Android operating system, and it will get software and security updates directly from Google.

Starting available for pre-order on Tuesday in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Australia, Pixel comes in two sizes and three colors. (PNA/Xinhua)


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