Google Preparation Online Store to Trade Tablets

Google is preparing to release an online store that will sell tablets unswervingly to consumers, according to information.

The store will sell Google-branded tablets in addition to models made by Samsung and Asus, asserts the Wall Street Journal.

It is being widely seen as an endeavor to win back market distribute from Apple, which dominates the tablet segment.

Google refused to make any comment on the information.

Google had mixed achievement with its initial online hardware store. That sold the first Android phone, the Nexus One, to consumers in untimely 2010.

Sales of the phone via the web store were lethargic and were rapidly outstripped by the numbers of handsets sold from side to side mobile operators and supplementary stores.

This time, Google is said to be eager to fare better because of the way tablets have a tendency to be used – ie in the house and on familial wi-fi rather than on the avenue and depending on a mobile network.

This may also have completed operators unenthusiastic to push tablets because customers are not using them on mobile networks.

Fierce rivalry

Another pressure on the conclusion could be the fact that Google is poised to take manage of Motorola’s mobile division, which will give it the aptitude to manufacture its own handsets and tablets.

Google will have to vend a lot of tablets to grasp up with market leader Apple. Figures compiled by analysts Gartner propose 70% of all tablets sold are iPads.

No date has been situated for when the online stockpile might open, said the WSJ, quoting community familiar with the development.

Google has a moving back opportunity to start on the store because competition for tablet customers is getting fiercer all the time.

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