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Google Buying FitBit Means A LOT, Here’s Why… (video)

Google Store lets you save $300 on the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL

Deals. The Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL are out now but, the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are still $300 off. The Pixel 3 starts at $499 while the XL starts at $599 at the Google Store. They also have bundles and deals for other Nest products.

We know that the smartphone market has been stale for a minute after the upgrade cycle went from 1 year to nearly 3 years. According to Strategy Analytics, smartphone sales are rising for the first time in 2 years, 366.3M phones were sold in Q3 compared to 359M in Q3 of last year. The main grower is actually Huawei with a 29% growth, followed by Samsung with an 8%.

Will the Samsung W20 5G be China’s next flip phone or foldable phone?

Yes, it’s official, Google has just closed the deal to acquire Fitbit

Well, Google just acquired FitBit for $2.1B which was announced by Google’s Senior VP on a blogpost. They decided to buy mainly because they have been focusing on WearOS and Google Fit but not on hardware enough and they want to put out MadeByGoogle wearables. ‘They aspire to create tools that will enhance your health, knowledge, success and happiness’. If you own a FitBit they will give you the option to move or delete your wellness data as they won’t use it for Google ads.

 


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