Anonymous, 01 Sep 2016R.I.P. nexus. R.I.P. updates. R.I.P. Googleits the same idea behind only with another name
I wonder if they'll work with project fi if they're not technically nexus devices.
Anonymous, 31 Aug 2016Looking forward to the Marlin - if for nothing else then for running Googles version of Android.What exactly do you mean by "Google's version"
What institution is behind Android?
Looking forward to the Marlin - if for nothing else then for running Googles version of Android.
Herodroid, 30 Aug 2016lol, nothing can be pure than google deviceI think you missed it but the article says there will be some additional features and teawker interface on top of android in these new phones
JMTM, 30 Aug 2016really? hmm then why not you apply Google to take it over and make it change? Do I need to apply in order to criticize. Seems I have to president of many things if i want changes, white house here I come!!
I don't know how to start criticizing this... Does the end of Nexus mean Android will launch an OS that forces OEM's to update their phone more regularly and for a longer period? I doubt... And yes Google thanks for taking the one thing i loved about Nexus, pure android! But no lets make OEM´s put their crap over the OS (and take months to update the phone) Really I just like google because Apple and MS are even worse... You cant have a decent coherent medium term strategy...
Kuro Tsu, 31 Aug 2016only good choice left is OnePlusThe OnePlus 3 is nice. I didn't really like the first two phones. But the OnePlus 3 still won't support T-Mobile wifi calling, which is really hard for me to give up. And it's a phablet, which I'm not that into. I also have found OnePlus business pratices, in the past, to be a bit sleazy. They are masters of hyping their phones, but they haven't always lived up to the hype or been so good about subsquent support. Still, it's obviously a good value for the money.
No htc branding - check.
Google's own branding - check.
Extra bloatware & absence of stock Android ---? No, thank you Google.
even though it's obvious I really wanted they had the ugly HTC logos to fuel my hate even more.
mir, 30 Aug 2016Looks like both google and HTC don't want to have anything to do with these ugly phones.OH that's sad. So, copied phones are more beautiful, don't you worry once it reaches in the hands of copiers and copied it won't be ugly anymore.