As the hardware teased at Google I/O, the Pixel 6 is the “fastest-selling Pixel ever.”

As the hardware teased at Google I/O, the Pixel 6 is the "fastest-selling Pixel ever."

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  • That excitement more or less confirms hardware announcements at the developer conference next month, similar to Google I/O 2019. The Pixel 6a and Pixel Watch are very likely candidates. Meanwhile, Pichai said that the Android team will “showcase at I/O the many helpful features and services that Android and its platforms provide.” “Helpfulness” was the same general theme that Google used for its Android announcements at CES in January. That included Nearby Share for Windows, Wear OS being able to unlock Android devices and Chromebooks, and other Chrome OS integrations.

  • Sundar Pichai announced today that the Pixel 6 is the “fastest selling Pixel ever,” after boasting about a “quarterly sales record” on the previous earnings call. For I/O 2022, the Alphabet CEO hinted more hardware and Android announcements. The Pixel 6 represents a significant advancement in the Pixel lineup. And the response from Pixel users has been fantastic. It’s the most popular Pixel ever. We’re also making good headway in raising customer awareness of the brand. I’m excited about the products we’ll be releasing, and I’m looking forward to telling you more about them at Google I/O.

Over the coming years, we will continue to invest in new form factors, seamless multi-device experiences, and raising the bar for user privacy while giving developers the tools they need to succeed on mobile. Later this year, YouTube on televisions will get “new smartphone control navigation and interactivity features.” It will let people comment on and share the videos they’re watching (on large screens) with their phones. There are over 2 billion signed-in users on YouTube every month.

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