Google Vice President has shared Twitter with his new smartphone? Is it a Google Pixel – absolutely not. Is this a preview of closer cooperation on the Xiaomi line – Google?
We already know that Bill Gates uses a smartphone with Android. And what do you know about Google? Well, I know what the vice president is doing. This is it … Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. At first I did not cover the surprise, because after all, Google has its own smartphones, which in principle can not be criticized. But I reflected and I came to the conclusion that this is quite … logical. https://twitter.com/lockheimer/status/913130962476601345 How many smartphones do you know that belong to the Android One project? One? I associate a few, but none of them I would like to have. In contrast to Xiaomi Mi A1, which we all associate. This is probably the best option if anyone wants to have a clean Android with a sensible low price specification . There is still Nokia 6, but it is not particularly appreciated. Nokia 8 would be the best choice, but it's not the price shelf. Hence, after a moment's reflection I was no longer surprised that the vice president of the giant who was responsible for Android officially reported this information. Perhaps the mentioned A1 A1 would be too bright showing Google intentions, maybe when you are vice president it is inappropriate to use mediocre. Once I become one of them, I will tell you. The person with whom lunch "accidentally" ended with a change of phone is of no importance. The highlight of the tweet is that it is Hugo Barra – a man largely responsible for Xiaomi's phenomenal fitness and formerly one of Google's high-profile employees. It seems therefore that tightening cooperation with the Chinese is only a matter of time. Is there a producer for the new Pixel? Of course I'm talking about laptops, because after taking over the HTC mobile division by Google it is quite obvious who will be responsible for incoming smartphones in this series. What do you think about this? Xiaomi tightens co-operation with Google? Source: Twitter