The first half of 2017 saw some big changes for the mobile industry.
Apple announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which became the best-selling iPhones of all time, as well as the Apple Watch.
And Google unveiled a new device, the Pixel, with an OLED display and a high-resolution, 4K screen.
But the year also saw a number of big changes at Google, which has struggled to make much of an impact on the smartphone market.
One change that came up during the Google I/O conference in March 2017 was that Google will be using Android software instead of Apple’s iOS for its next mobile operating system.
This is likely to have a big impact on Google’s efforts in the Android ecosystem, which was already heavily reliant on Google Maps and its app ecosystem.
Google has already been trying to position itself as a leader in the mobile market with its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, but Google is also trying to move away from its reliance on Apple’s Maps app for its smartphones.
The Pixel and the Pixel XL have been the most expensive smartphones on the market and Google hasn’t been able to break through to consumers with its low price.
The new Pixel phone will feature a new design and an upgraded processor and will cost $799.