Google‘s shift from Nexus to Pixel brand has proved to be a wise decision, as the newly launched smart phone Google Pixel has gone out of stock in the market.

It was an unanticipated outcome for both the company and the smartphone consumers. However, massive expenditure at its campaign resulted in a global sale and popularity.

Verizon,the sole carrier that reserves the selling rights of the smartphone, reportedly spent $ 25 million on marketing the phone, which drove people crazy to such an extent that the gadget disappeared from the shops. Other customers have to wait until March till the stores are replenished.

Screenshot 26 Google Pixel is out of stock   amazing outcome for Verizon

via: lifehacker.com

A research study in this regard reports some sparkling figures. Wave7 Research found, after collecting data from 50 Verizon stores, that during the initial weeks of December, Pixel accounted for 12.3 % of the total sale, and 9.5 % at the end of the month.

This is the reason, Verizon’s expenditure on advertising comes in par with other giants in the market; at a price point of $10 (Pixel) or $15 (XL) per month. Therefore the demand is exceeding the supply.

Features of Pixel and Pixel XL

Screenshot 27 Google Pixel is out of stock   amazing outcome for Verizon

via: incipio.com

Pixel

5-inch, 1080p display

2,770 mAh battery

$649 price tag

Snapdragon 821 processor

32 / 128 GB of storage (RAM)

 

Pixel XL

5.5-inch QHD screen

3,450 mAh battery

$769

Snapdragon 821 processor

32 / 128 GB of storage (RAM)

It can be said confidently that Google has achieved a milestone that was never possible with Nexus brands.

Take A Screenshot On The Google Pixel

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