Budget Pixel 3A drives sales of Googles phones

first_img Google Sprint T-Mobile US Cellular Verizon 1 Google’s Pixel 3A drove the search giant’s overall phone sales, CEO Sundar Pichai told investors on Thursday. The budget phone, which debuted in May, was responsible for unit sales of Pixel products doubling in the second quarter, Pichai said in a call after the earnings release.Pichai also credited an expanded distribution network for the success of Pixel 3A, which starts at $399, and the rest of the Pixel line. In addition to Verizon and the Google store, Pixel phones are now available at T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, Spectrum Mobile and other sellers, Pichai said.The expanded distribution “has greatly diversified our sales footprint in the US,” Pichai said.The comments come after Alphabet, Google’s parent company, beat analyst expectations for the quarter ended June 30. Alphabet, raked in $38.94 billion in sales, beating estimates of $38.14 billion, the company said Thursday. Earnings per share were $14.21 Analysts on average had expected $11.30 per share, according to Thomson Reuters.  See it $219 Comment News • Google Pixel 3A: Where is AT&T? Share your voice Tagscenter_img CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Review • Our Google Pixel review: Pure Android at its absolute best Mentioned Above Google Pixel (32GB, Quite Black) Mobile Gadgets Google Pixel How To • How to transfer your data from an iPhone to Android phone Preview • Pixel and Pixel XL unveiled: Google’s post-Nexus phones come out swinging (hands-on)last_img

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