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2016 Android Google Reviews

Nexus 6P, One Year Later

When I reviewed the Nexus 6P last year, I said it was one of the best ways to experience pure Android. Now, about one year later, I still hold that claim.

If you were to go out and buy the Nexus 6P off-contract, you’re still getting a beautiful display that looks great, an awesome camera and pure Android (and you’ll be getting Android 7.0 before any other Android device).

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2015 Android Google Reviews

Nexus 6P Review: The Best of Android

Google’s Nexus lineup has been a great way to show off pure, stock Android. These devices have played a key role for developers and die-hard Android enthusiasts but it hasn’t really become much more than that. It has never really become known to the everyday consumer to the extent as the iPhone or Samsung’s flagship ‘Galaxy S’ devices.

After using the Nexus 6P for a few weeks now, this is easily one of the best Nexus phones since the launch of the Nexus One in 2010.

In this review, I will cover the following areas:

  • Design & Hardware (hardware and specs)
  • Software (all about that Android)
  • Camera (a picture is worth a thousand word right?)

 

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2015 Android Google Reviews

Nexus 5X Review: A true successor

Google’s Nexus lineup has been a great way to show off pure, stock Android. One of the more popular Nexus devices was 2013’s LG Nexus 5, it offered a great value at a reasonable price.

After using the Nexus 5X for a few weeks now, this is a true successor to the Nexus 5.

In this review, I will cover the following areas:

  • Design & Hardware (hardware and specs)
  • Software (all about that Android)
  • Camera (a picture is worth a thousand word right?)
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2015 Android Google News

Google September 29th 2015 Event: Everything you need to know

Google made a lot of announcements today (some of which were leaked earlier) from two new Nexus phones to brand new Chromecasts.

For those of you who missed the event, here you go:

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2015 Android Google News

Android 6.0 Marshmallow is officially announced

Android M will now officially be known as Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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Google revealed the next version with the unveiling of a new Android statue in front of the iconic Building 43 at their Mountain View campus. Some people were speculating that Android M might have been called Android 6.0 Milkshake, as indicated by the watch face that was on the watch that Google’s VP of Engineering, David Burke was wearing back at Google I/O 2015.