Google uncovered The price of Pixel 4a in India last week before the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale. Unlike previous Pixel smartphones, the newly launched Pixel 4a is aggressively priced in the country. It even sold out within 30 minutes Tweet from Google. However, the search giant didn’t mention the number of units that were purchased and that begs so many questions.
end of September News broke out that Google has the goal of only producing 3 million pixel smartphones. Of these, 800,000 units should be reserved Pixel 5 while the remaining units contain pixels 4a and 4a Pixel 4a 5G. This clearly shows that the search giant does not have enough Pixel smartphones in stock this year.
Because of the company’s high pricing strategy in India, pixels in the premium segment like OnePlus are not popular. Since India is a specification hungry market, the Pixel 4a has no chance against competitors. It’s a niche phone in this part of the world and so the company may have limited units for sale.
It is also worth noting that last year Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL remained sold out most of the time on the official online partner Flipkart. Therefore, it is ethically wrong to sell out the smartphone just because the company does not have enough stock.
On the other hand, Indian consumers seem to have outperformed GoogleExpectations. Perhaps pricing has changed the mindset of buyers who previously planned to buy a different handset. Whatever it is, this could lead Google to seriously consider the Indian smartphone market.
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