Google Pixels may be offered via other carriers in the US soon
Google made a strange move with the launch of their first set of smartphones that would carry their own branding and ditch the Nexus naming system, and that is the option of releasing it via just one carrier in the United States.
While you would be getting your handset unlocked either from the Google Store itself or from the stables of the Big Red, some customers are still not very happy with this and the Android giant might look to make them happy in the coming weeks or months because some reports have started to suggest that the exclusive nature if the deal is only a timed affair that is bound to pass soon.
We advise that you take this information, no matter how juicy it may sound to you at this point, with a pinch of salt because there has been no official information to suggest that this is either the truth or just another piece of rumour making the rounds.
From our own end though, we think that it would be a most laudable idea for them to consider launching via other carrier in the US, reaching more people and giving better options.
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