Report: Google decides to contract with LG




Report: Google decides to contract with LG for the manufacture of second-generation pixel phones
Google believes that it wants to invest in LG’s flexible OLED displays on its next phone
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A new report said that Google is currently suspending plans for the second generation of its smartphone “Pixel XL”, which is known internally by the symbolic name “Muskie” Muskie, and it is also rumored that LG will manufacture the second generation of the phone “pixels.”

“Based on information from three separate sources, we are now confident that Google has suspended plans to launch one of the next pixel phones,” Android Android, the Android operating system, said. The device, dubbed Muskey, was a successor to the Excel XL.

In an attempt to confirm the information, “Android POLICE” said it “gives this information 9 out of 10 on the confidence scale of the rumors.” “We have supported this story with many of the sources we make reliable.”

Several sources have said for several months that Google is working on three new smart phones to be the second generation of the series “pixels”, bearing the names of Wali, “walleye” and “muski” and “taimen” taimen, meaning that there are two models not They are still standing. So it is believed that the company may launch a successor to Excel XL.

Separately, Google 9to5 said that Google would rely on LG instead of HTC to manufacture the second generation of pixel phones. He said he found evidence that the South Korean company would make the phone known as the Symbian code.

The Google News site said it found in an Android Issue Tracker that an employee at LG had talked about a problem and then asked a Google employee to report the errors to a panel of a LG phone called Taiman.

As for why Google has moved from HTC to LG, 9to5Google earlier this year pointed out that Google wants to invest in LG’s flexible OLED displays on its next phone. It is also believed that Google was not happy with the manufacturing schedule provided by HTC, since both pixels and pixel XL have experienced critical delays in shipping.


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