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Top 6: March 25th 2020
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Google Pixel 4: Lost in The Countryside

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Top 6: March 25th 2020
Google aims to build products that help people in everyday life, in both big and small ways. Sometimes that's knowing the weather, sometimes it's sending messages hands free and sometimes it's helping you find your way back home. Britain is a nation of walkers. 140,000 miles of public footpaths, bridleways and byways cover the countryside. Exploring them is one of our favourite past times. In the past five years, searches on Google for 'country walks near me' have risen 1,900% in the UK. So what better way to test how helpful Google can be by dropping a comedy duo in the middle of a remote field with only the Google Assistant on Pixel 4 to help them home. Google Pixel 4 and MediaMonks' Lost in the Countryside sees Jack Whitehall and Michael Dapaah overcome torrential downpours, twisted brambles and herds of unexpected farm animals to get back to London. Last seen together backstage at the BRITs in 2019, Jack and Michael now find themselves miles from familiarity. As they battle the most adverse weather conditions, thoughts quickly turn to home comforts as Jack suggests calling for back up in the form of his father. But with a little help from Pixel they discover they are a long way from London, out of range of parental pick-ups. Their location couldn’t be more remote but it's okay as Pixel allows Jack and Michael to get help anytime, anywhere. The pair are underdressed and stuck in the mud, so turn to Google to guide them to a countrywear shop. Suited and booted, Jack is ready to brave the elements whilst Michael takes a shortcut. The pair keep in touch, using the new Google Assistant — exclusive to Pixel 4 — to take selfies, share photos and send messages faster than ever before. Google Pixel 4 is the best of Google in a smartphone, and Michael uses his Pixel 4 to make the best of a bad situation settling into a country pub whilst Jack’s scenic route turns sour - he’s stuck in the mud, battling with the bushes and caught in the rain before finally reuniting with his friend. Ultimately, Google Pixel 4 saves the day and helps Jack and Michael conquer the challenge of navigating the countryside, overcoming all obstacles in their way.
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