Google has forever been selling its products at the online play store. The technology giant has never set up an Apple-like offline store where people could have an hand-on experience on Google Nexus smartphones, tablets, Chromecast and others. Wish fulfilled! Finally, the Nexus and Android famed brand has decided to come up with an offline store in UK.
According to a CNBC report, the new Google shop will be located at Curry's PC World, a famous electronics retailer on Tottenham Road. Interestingly Google's most potent competitor Apple has also has a store in the same street of London.
The new Google Shop will keep Google-branded consumer electronics products like Google Nexus smartphones, Nexus tablets, Chromecast and Android-based Wearables. However, there is no word on whether Google Play Edition (GPE) smartphones will also be showcased in the store.
The report further explained that the showcased products will be connected to bigger displays called portal where visitors can experience virtual trips around the world using Nexus tablets and Google Map.
To increase awareness among users, the Google shop will also arrange interactive sessions on online security, Coding for Children and tutorials on gaining expertise with gadgets.
Though there is no words from Google on any further stores, we expect that Google may come up with few more brick and mortar stores in other parts of Europe and US in the coming months.