Google has long been a champion of free software.
The company offers the same platform on all its devices, from the Pixel 2 XL to the Nexus 6P.
But the company has been slow to offer a price that lets it compete with the likes of Apple, Samsung, or LG.
That’s something that’s set to change.
A new pricing policy will let Google do that with the Nexus 9 and Pixel 2, Google’s newest flagships.
The Pixel 2 and Nexus 9 will be the first two Google devices to be able to use Google Play Services (formerly known as Google Play Games), a new service that lets developers create games for the Google Play Store.
Google will continue to offer Play Games on its Nexus devices, though it will not offer them on the Pixel and Nexus devices.
The Play Store will also offer games for Android devices, but only for Google’s own games.
The Play Store does not include games from third parties.
The new pricing will be available for both devices when they launch in the coming weeks.
It’s worth noting that Google’s Android phones aren’t really meant to compete with Apple’s iPhones and iPads.
Android phones are meant to be a way to run third-party apps on your Android phone.
So, they’re not meant to have as much of an advantage over Apple’s iPhone and iPad apps as Apple’s own apps.
Google Play will continue as a place to store Android apps, but it won’t be able offer them to Apple customers.
Google’s Pixel 2 is powered by the Snapdragon 835, the same chip that powered the Nexus phones.
It’s a 1.6GHz octa-core processor that’s powered by 1GB of RAM.
The Nexus 9 comes with an Adreno 530 GPU and 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, while the Pixel has an Adrenos 530 GPU, 8GB of memory, and 16GB of storage.
Google says it uses the Snapdragon 800, a 1GHz octacore chip that’s based on ARM’s Cortex-A53, which is powered on a 64-bit architecture.
This is a big deal for Google.
Google phones are often touted as the fastest Android devices on the market, but they’re usually powered by a cheaper, lower-power chip, which means they tend to struggle to run the latest and greatest software.
It also means that Android phones can’t match up to the performance of Apple’s devices.