India is undoubtedly one of the hottest markets for smartphones, and Google is still way behind rivals such as Apple and Samsung when it comes to selling smartphones in the country. So, to boost the sales of its Pixel smartphones, the U.S. firm is considering opening Google physical stores in the country, according to The Economic Times.
Google physical stores – why it’s important
Google Pixel is over a year-old device, but Indian customers are largely unaware of this brilliant smartphone. Indians are more inclined towards the highly visible and affordable names like Samsung, OnePlus and Xiaomi. With 1.2 billion mobile subscribers, India is the world’s second-biggest wireless market.