Google Pixel and Pixel XL available with Rs 29000 discount

Though launched on Android Marshmallow Moto G4 Plus can be upgraded to Nougat right away

The mentioned leaked email shows that by the end of Q1 2017 it will stop approving new devices that try to ship with Google Now Launcher. Google has faced acute criticism for releasing software updates lately compared to its arch-rival Apple. The maker of the alleged new Google phone could be possibly on the aforementioned partners but equally, it could be a brand-new hardware partner as well.

The Pixel phones, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4, will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor along with a 4GB DDR4 RAM unit.

Google Now Launcher has always been a favorite launcher for many Android users. Here are the things to expect in Nougat 7.1.2.

Google generally announces the Android preview during its Google I/O developer conference, which happen annually in May.

While today's Google Pixel 2 design concept may not be the most thrilling from a design standpoint, there's one reason we dig it.

Talking about Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphone then you won't find any specific improvements but there are some under-hood bug fixes.

The February security patch by Google involves patches to several vulnerabilities most of which deal with Pixel and Nexus devices. Further, there is also exchange discount worth Rs 20,000 available for those with a smartphone to spare. One possibility is that it could be taking its Pixel Launcher out of Pixel. They wanted to use the exclusive Pixel Assistant as a major selling point for the devices as well as a key differentiator for other similar smartphones.

When Google released the Pixel devices, they came equipped with the most up-to-date Android operating system: Android Nougat 7.0.

Now, in a new turn of events, it appears that Google wants to revive the Nexus brand.

Google is soon to remove its Google Now launcher from its online store, according to AndroidPolice. In fact, the source of this "Designed by our friends at Google" tag is the upcoming LG Watch Style, which comes with this label just below the product name.