Google is looking to cut the price of its upcoming $500 smartphone line by up to 75%.
In a video on YouTube, the company said that it would start selling the phones starting at $699.99.
The price is the same as the $699 that Apple has offered for years.
The company’s announcement comes just a few weeks after the company also announced its $300 phone lineup that includes the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 7S.
The new iPhones will be available in November, according to Google.
Apple and Google have long battled over price points for their flagship smartphones.
Google has said it will begin selling the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, and iPhones 5C in November.
The iPhone 6 and 6S Plus will be released in December, but the iPhone 5, iPhone 4, and 4S will not be available until April.
In addition to the price cut, Google will be launching a new app, Pixel, that allows users to upload and share their photos, videos, and more.
The app will be free for anyone who has the Pixel phone.
Google also plans to expand its Android and Chrome browser to include a native app for the Pixel.
It’s unclear whether or not the new app will also offer a desktop version of Chrome.
Google will continue to offer Google Play Music and Google Play Movies, but will now only offer music and movies through the Play Store.
There is no word on when Google will start selling Google Home devices, which were announced last month.