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Google Plans to Open Physical Stores and Compete with Apple

By on February 20, 2013

The company Google is developing plans to launch retail stores in the U.S. in a clear sign that the Internet giant thinks to associate their brand to consumer’s electronics, according to “The Wall Street Journal” according to sources familiar with that strategy.

According to the U.S. newspaper, Google might sell hardware with their brand but not yet defined when or where these stores would open. It also said that Google could not continue with their plans for this year.

Apple stores have been an important factor in the success of the iPhone and iPad. Even Microsoft has also opened its own stores, “said the paper

What will Google sell in their stores? Tablets Nexus 7 (in three versions) and Nexus 10 and Nexus smartphone 4 probably be the first to show off their displays. However, they could also offer laptops with Chrome OS (Chromebooks), among others.

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