Google has reportedly managed to ship double the number of Pixel smartphones in 2017 as compared to 2016. As per IDC’s research director Francisco Jeronimo, Google doubled shipments of Pixel smartphones in 2017 with 3.9 million units sold. While the numbers are not great in the global smartphone market, it shows steady growth for the company’s lineup. Meanwhile, Android co-founder Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone appears to be still a long way from making a market.
As per Jeronimo’s tweet, Google Pixel’s shipment of 3.9 million phones is double its 2016 volume. It is not a very large number when compared to the quarterly numbers from companies like Samsung and Apple.
This article was sourced from Gadgets360