Android is the operating system powering smartphones and tablets around the world.
But Google is also building its own hardware platform to build and manage devices that run its own services, including Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, and more.
In fact, Google has already started to partner with other companies to create these “Google-powered” devices, according to The Register.
“We have been building a lot of the hardware for Google’s platform,” said Dave DeSimone, vice president of engineering at Google.
“This will allow Google to offer an even better experience on their platform, and it will make them more accessible to more customers.”
This includes a “cloud-based” device that will be available to all users, which Google says is similar to the one it’s launching in 2018.
DeSimones says that the company has been working with “over 100” device makers to create hardware that will run on its platform.
“There is a lot that has been worked out, and we are still working on some of the details of this, but the idea is to provide a great experience to our users and make them even more productive with their devices,” he said.
And this device will be similar to what the company already offers.
Google says it has been “working with over 100” phone makers to make hardware that runs on its operating system, with more than a dozen companies already signing on to build the hardware.
“Google’s hardware is already supported by a large number of OEMs, including Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Dell, Dell XPS, HP, Sony, Acer, ASUS, Sony Ericsson, and many more,” DeSimons said.
Google’s hardware partners include LG, Samsung, and Motorola.
“The most important thing is that we are bringing the best of what Google has to offer, and our partner hardware partners will bring the best in software as well,” DeSommes said.
“If you are a user or a developer, you will get a device with a high-quality experience, an amazing camera, a killer display, and a great design.
This is the most advanced, most powerful and most powerful device we have ever created.”
The device is going to be available starting in 2019 for $199, or a starting price of $199 for the 32GB version and $229 for the 64GB version.
The hardware will also include Google’s voice search service and Google’s new voice-enabled cameras.
Google has partnered with other hardware manufacturers to build its own devices that are going to run on the Google OS.
“Our partners are working hard to create a device that is the best possible combination of Android and Google,” De Sims said.
The company says that its partners will include Huawei, Lenovo, Huawei Technology, and Alcatel.
The device will also run Google’s services including Gmail and Google Maps.
“A new device for Google is an important step in Google’s evolution into a more connected and mobile society,” De Simones said.