Google’s Pixel cell phone is going to swap its made in China sticker for a made in Vietnam one. Google is attempting to move the creation of its Pixel cell phones from China to Vietnam as the organization tries to stay away from higher Chinese assembling costs just as the approaching worry of Trump-issued duties on Chinese merchandise that would raise costs on its telephones, as indicated by a report from Nikkei.
More specifically, Mountain View is believed to be planning to shift production of some Pixel 3a phones to Vietnam before the end of 2019. Google will approach an accomplished workforce, while likewise enhancing its equipment fabricating. New products are still expected to be built in China at the moment, which is likely to include the upcoming Pixel 4. The move comes because of increasing expenses of work in China and the threat of regularly expanding duties from the exchange war.