Google and Apple have always taken a different approach to developing their Operating System (OS). Apple's iOS is often seen as a wall gardened; it's an OS built for one thing and one thing only: the iPhone.
Unlike Apple, Google built an OS that anyone could use; in fact, Google didn't even have a phone when it released the Android OS in 2007. Its flagship phone was called the HTC Dream, and it was built, as the name suggests, by HTC.
Google was never a hardware company, but a few years back, they decided it was time to start being one. They had created an OS that was arguably superior to the iPhone, and it was time they had an official phone to go with it.
The Pixel phone was first introduced in 2016. It wasn't a terrible phone, but it simply did not stand up against the big guns of the Android OS world--like the Galaxy and Note. Google learned a lot and the next year released a far better phone: the Pixel 2.
In 2018, Google released its best phone yet: Google Pixel 3. Photographers and critics alike praised the camera, which many consider the best mobile camera on the market. Google was finally ready for its close up.
Whether you are switching from an iPhone or another Android device, this book is for you. It will break down everything you need to know about the device and keep it ridiculously simple!
Ready to learn more? Let's get started!
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Editore Scott La Counte
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