Google’s mid-range Pixel phones have a very specific target audience – if they find success somewhere, it will be in North America (and maybe Western Europe). They can only thrive in regions where the mid-range segment is sparse as the pricing is too high to compete with the likes of Xiaomi or Honor.
The smaller Google Pixel 3a proved the more popular model by a wide margin. Price is part of the issue – you get the same camera and chipset whether you pay $400 or $480.
And the camera is indeed the main draw of this phone. There are plenty of Android One phones out there, many with solid…