Here’s something interesting. Google is promoting a page in the Amazon Store called “Devices with Google.” Now you may be wondering what the difference is between “Devices with Google” and “Made by Google”. Apparently enough. The former promotes various Android handsets from different manufacturers, while the latter sticks to Google’s Android phones.
Google makes sure consumers understand that Google develops Android apps
Each of the four manufacturers that Google targets has a small note. About OnePlus, for example, Google writes: “OnePlus: The best of Google security meets extra-fast processing power.” For Samsung, the note reads: “Samsung: The best of Google personalization meets eye-catching design.”
So what does Google say about Motorola? Speaking of Motorola’s propensity to deliver near-standard Android, Google states, “Motorola: The best of Google simplicity meets uninterrupted performance.” And for Pixel, Google does a good job of saying, “Pixel: Google’s nifty Pixel phones.” Of course, think about the little things Pixels can do, like Magic Eraser to erase unwanted items in a photo.
Google promotes four Android smartphone manufacturers, including Samsung
Or there’s the At a Glance widget that reminds you to turn off the flashlight, turn off the alarm with a vacation (and the ability to sleep in) the next day, and help Android users get the first crack. get when installing software updates. These are certainly useful features available on Pixel handsets.