Video shows how Google created the Pixel (Humor)



How did Google come up with the Pixel? According to this fictional and humorous video, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was in his office, reading a story online about strong Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus pre-orders. Only half an hour was left before Google was to unveil a new phone, but apparently the company had nothing to deliver. Pichai then whips out his personal iPhone (remember, this is fictional) and texts a fellow Googler, saying that "We need a new phone like new...newish."

Pichai's desperation text is received by a Google employee (holding a very old school Nokia messaging phone) and off he goes to create the Google Pixel. The way that he accomplishes this is pretty funny. You probably will also get a chuckle or at least a guffaw out of the way that Android 7.1 is installed on the Pixel.

Before everyone starts getting upset and comments are made across party lines, keep in mind that this is a joke. The events on the video never happened. With that in mind, go ahead and tap on the video at the top of the screen.

source: PeripateticPandas

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