We are still months away from Google unveiling the new Pixel 3 and 3 XL. As rumors continue to trickle in revealing more about what it will look like and its specs, we’ve learned an important aspect — who is actually manufacturing them.

Since the Nexus One, Google has always left the hardware design and manufacturing to an OEM. Since Google is mostly a software company, it is easier and cheaper for them to leave the actual production to their partners who already have the infrastructure in place to produce phones inexpensively. Therefore, to understand the design language of the hardware… more

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