For a good while now, we have been coming across a bunch of leaks and speculations around the Google Pixel 2. It makes sense because that s going to be the second phone Google launches, and a lot is expected out of it. However, while the Pixel 2 is still a haze, we have already come across the first Google Pixel 3 rumor. Also Read - PUBG New State: India release date, minimum requirements, major features, moreAlso Read - Now you will have to pay a processing fee for mobile recharges on PhonePe
While an HTC-made Google Pixel generation is expected to arrive this fall and is believed to include up to three distinct devices, latest reports suggest that the Google Pixel 3 is planned for next year, with various companies looking to win the manufacturing contract from Google. Also Read - Google cuts Play Store fee to 15 percent for all subscription apps from 2022
According to The Investor, LG will replace HTC as the Google Pixel 3 maker. Although, this would not be the first time LG would work closely with Google on hardware. LG made some of the most popular Nexus devices that preceded the Pixel, including the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and Nexus 5X. ALSO READ: Google Pixel 2 smartphone codenamed Taimen spotted on GeekBench
Quite interestingly, the report also reveals that Google sold some 5 million Pixel phones around the world but could have sold even more if it weren t for those annoying supply constraints. Google is seeking a new partner for the phone s stable supply, an unnamed source said. It is also likely that LG will produce some Pixel 2 phones that will be launched in the latter half of this year.
Further, Google is reportedly also partnering with LG to secure OLED supply for the Pixel phone. This bit of the report falls in line with previously rumored news as well. Those rumors noted that LG had not inked a partnership with Google over OLED screens, while other reports said that LG is looking to win OLED contracts for the iPhone in the future.
However, amid all this first Pixel 3 rumor bit , there is one other report by PhoneArena, which suggests that LG has denied all claims of any such partnership with Google, calling all of it pure speculation.” ALSO READ: Google Pixel 2 XXL leaked, to accompany Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL later this year: Report
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