Google’s new Pixel phone is one of the hottest phones of the season with the preorders to match its status. But thanks to a “shipment glitch,” some orders are arriving later than expected, reports TechCrunch. So the company has announced that it will be sending a $50 Play Store credit via email to all those who ordered a Pixel phone and didn’t receive the device in their original order time frame. Not a bad way to make up for minor delays. [Image: Google]MG
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