A few thoughts on the 'Made by Google' keynote

by Volker Weber

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That was a very smooth delivery. Here are a few thoughts in no particular order:

Looking at all the "Made by Google" products, I think they need a Jony Ive to develop a design language.

Comments

Pixel XL and iPhone 7 Plus with 128GB both cost ¢819 if bought directly in the UK, certainly no price differentiation ;-)

Armin Grewe, 2016-10-04

Same here. Google matches Apple prices for 32 and 128 GB configurations of both iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

Volker Weber, 2016-10-04

Wieder kein Dual-Sim Handy :( Und das obwohl sie nicht mal auf die Carrier Rücksicht nehmen müssen und Android längst offizielle Dual-Sim Unterstützung hat.

Steffen Siebert, 2016-10-04

I'm tempted by the Pixel XL as my Nexus 5 is starting to get old and support is stopping. Only "problem" is that it is competing for the same pot of money which might be taken up by a DJI Osmo+.

Armin Grewe, 2016-10-04

Daydream could be a great VR set. If it catered for current phones. which it doesn't.

Lars Berntrop-Bos, 2016-10-05

Well, Apples main business model is hardware and services and they charge for it. And don't underestimate to what "Nickel & Dime" sums up.

Googles main business model is data. That's why unlimited & free space sounds too good to be true. At the end nothing is really for free!

Harald Gärttner, 2016-10-05

buying a dumb TV is not easy - especially if 'dumb' is not 'trying hard to be smart'

Samuel Orsenne, 2016-10-05

Sir Jony would probably suffer a heart attack from each and every of the Pixel cases.

Thomas Cloer, 2016-10-06

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