Google Pixel may get unlimited Google Photos storage in ‘High quality’ soon


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Google won’t be offering unlimited free storage for “High quality” photos in Google Photos, but if you are a Pixel user, this news should keep you unfazed as Pixel phones will get free unlimited storage for High-quality photos, a report by XDA Developers has claimed. This would be made possible in the new Pixel phones by a new “Storage Saver” option, claims the report.

If you are not a Pixel user, then things could get a little troublesome for you, if and when Google announces this. With the rumoured new storage rule, your photos in High quality (which is actually a term for photo quality lower than the Original quality in Google Photos), would count against the free 15GB storage that Google gives. If you cross that, you would have to buy a storage subscription from Google, which the company calls Google One.

A Google One plan in India starts with cloud storage of 100 GB costs Rs 130 per month, while the 200GB one costs Rs 210 per month. There is a 2TB option also that costs Rs 650 per month. The 200GB and 2TB plans could be purchased on a yearly basis for Rs 2,100 and Rs 6,500 per year.

Coming to the Pixel 6 phone, Google is said to be reportedly working on adding the Ultra Wide Band (UWB) technology for the Android hardware which is rumoured to come to the upcoming Pixel 6 smartphone. The report is based upon the claims of XDA Developers’ Mishaal Rahman. He recently shared on Twitter that “Google is working on bringing UWB support to an upcoming device codenamed “Raven”. The Raven device is said to be the codename of the next Google Pixel phone.



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