Google unveiled its latest smartphones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, last week and the company is working hard on advertising the phones and attracting customers. It seems that it has already spent millions on TV ads and other campaigns.
Reuters reported that the tech giant spent $3.2 million on television ads in the past few days and the company might spend even more. Verizon, the US carrier that exclusively sells Pixel phones, might spend several millions more in order to promote them.
Google will be directly competing against the biggest smartphone makers out there in a race to take up market share that Samsung is currently losing after word got out that the Galaxy Note 7 is discontinued. When it comes to Android-running smartphones, Pixel and Pi… (read more)
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