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Google Store will expand to more markets, including Mexico, Brazil, and Indonesia
The Google Store is the company’s online site where it sells its various hardware products, including its Pixel phones, its Google Home speaker, the Chromecast and much more. Today, the company announced a bunch of new hardware devices, and it also silently revealed plans to sell them directly in six more countries around the world.
As spotted by Android Police, the Google Store country picker now includes Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand in its list. While the sites themselves are not live, it’s likely they will go online very, very soon. That means Google’s hardware will be available directly from the company in 36 countries.
It’s currently unknown what products will be sold in those six new countries, as some markets don’t sell all of Google’s hardware devices. However, expanding to more places around the world, especially in large markets like Mexico and Brazil, means that Google will likely be able to sell a lot more Pixel phones, Google Home speakers and more.
If you live in one of the six new Google Home countries, are you happy that you might be able to get a Pixel phone or Google Home directly from the country? Let us know how you feel in the comments!