Until now, the exact figure that manufacturers would have to pay in order to include in their terminals apps like Google Play, Maps or Calendar, among others, was a mystery. However, a confidential document to which they have had access , points out that the tariff is set at $ 40 as the maximum that manufacturers will have to pay, depending on the type of device in each case.
Up to $ 40 per mobile to include Google apps
According to the mentioned report, the tariff imposed by Google under the name “Google Mobility Services” could reach a maximum of 40 dollars in certain countries and depending on the type of device. Apparently, the company has decided to differentiate the types of devices according to the pixel density of its screen.
Thus, for example, in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway and Germany -countries with the highest tariff-, those terminals with a density higher than 500 pixels per inch -Samsung Galaxy S9 / Note9, LG V40, Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium – will have a rate for manufacturers of $ 40 for each phone when incorporating the suite of applications – as a reference, it is worth mentioning that in Facebook Comments