Google CEO Sundar Pichai used the Pixel 6 and ongoing search improvements as an example in Alphabet’s 2021 third-quarter financial report, saying it has now “became an AI-first company’s vision”. The company also talked about a collaboration plan between the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.
“I agree with Sundar Pichai’s expectations for Pixel. In order to bring it to life and to users, we cooperate with partners in the entire ecosystem. At the press conference, we cooperated with 45 operators and retailers in 9 countries and regions. The companies have signed cooperation agreements, including in-depth cooperation with major U.S. carriers. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon,” said Google Chief Commercial Officer Philipp Schindler.
Google Pixel 6 has been launched in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. With the official release of mobile phones, it remains to be seen how these partnerships translate into retailers selling Pixel 6 to users instead of iPhone and Samsung devices.
All important holiday seasons are coming, retail stores play an important role in selling Google Pixel phones to users, and discounts and offers are other important factors.
However, before the official announcement of the cooperative sales plan, Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro billboards have appeared in major cities, and their online advertising is also quite active. There are also TV commercials, including those focused on Real Tone, which has been broadcast on the main program.