By  on October 15, 2019

Another day, another smartphone — or so some tech fans have sighed for years, with new mobile devices seemingly bringing only incremental changes. But recently, some bigger leaps have hit the market, including Google’s Pixel 4 smartphones. And the advancements could have implications for the digital retail sector.

At an event in New York City on Tuesday, Google unveiled its latest phones alongside a range of new gadgets, from the new Pixel Buds 2 to a Chromebook called Pixelbook Go, as well as a re-branded smart speaker called Nest Mini, with home intercom and free Wi-Fi calls and router-and-smart-speaker mash-up Nest Wi-Fi.

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