During last year’s Black Friday sale, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL failed to come on par to the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7/Edge, in terms of sales.
This is welcoming information as it’s nice to know how the company responsible for the rich Android ecosystem is doing in comparison to its competitors in the smartphone hardware field.
Google has abandoned its customary practices to focus entirely on carrier support in a bid to achieve a wider reach within the mobile industry. But, if the Mountain View company is open with its Pixel figures, then why is there still some secrecy behind the Nexus 6P’s?
No Clues Here
It’s peculiar that we don’t know anything about how the Nexus 6P has been doing commercially ever since it came out. Google has decided to remain mum on it but it looks like it may have failed to garner more buyers than the HTC One M9 or Sony Xperia Z5. Even so, this is one thing that we’ll never know for sure.
It’s lackluster appeal could have been due to its limited availability outside of the borders of the United States. Besides, the pricing of the Project Fi may be cheap to most Americans but it may be exorbitant once its converted into local currencies of less affluent markets.