Google on Tuesday formally unveiled a new smartphone called Pixel priced at $649.
The impressively-durable device delivers with it an array of components and features that are drawing widespread consumer interest today.
But will the device also prove a hot commodity in the healthcare space at a time when telemedicine and doctor-to-staff and doctor-to-patient communications are increasingly mobile?
If so, the Pixel phone is seemingly equal to the task.
“It has the highest rated smartphone camera. Ever. A battery that lasts all day. Unlimited storage for all your photos and videos. And it’s the first phone with the Google Assistant built in,” Google says.
Google’s Pixel phone is available for pre-order Tuesday (in the U.S., Canada, Germany, and in the UK).
To learn more about Pixel, click here.