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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Nexus devices, these are all Nexus phones and tablets launched by Google

Nexus says goodbye. Google has no plans to launch a new Nexus devices. During the press conference, which was shown Pixel, Google reported that it has "no plans" regarding the future devices the Nexus brand. This can be seen as the end of the story of Nexus.

It all started with the first Nexus, released in 2010, called Nexus One. The whole series including eight smartphones, four tablets and two media players. The Nexus products were targeted at technology enthusiasts and all kinds of public.


Here is a list of all the terminals of the Nexus family. They are arranged according to the departure. We will see from what was the origin of this great family, which is its last member.

Nexus One (2010): 

Manufactured by HTC Nexus One was the first Nexus to hit the market. Available from January 5, 2010 and released with Android 2.1 Eclair. He was later upgraded to Android 2.2 Froyo and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. By bringing a GPU Adreno 200, Google decided to take a successor to your phone, ready for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Nexus S (2010): 

Manufactured by Samsung was released on December 16, 2010 in the US and on December 20 the same year in the UK. It was the first telephone Andoid NFC capable of supporting both hardware and software. Thanks to its Samsung S5PC110 processor could reach the version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Galaxy Nexus (2011): 

The second terminal manufactured by Samsung Nexus. It was put on sale on November 17, 2011 in Europe, taking advantage off Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Among the most important changes was the inclusion of a HD Super AMOLED screen and an improved camera. With its TI OMAP 4460 processor was able to get the Jelly Bean version of Android 4.3.

Nexus 4 (2012): 

The first Nexus created by LG. Went on sale on 13 November 2012. This was the first handset with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. This phone introduced the Corning Gorilla Glass screens to the Nexus range. In addition to the typical camera improvements and design he switched to the Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and will incorporate wireless charging capability. The latest version of Android that ran on the Nexus 4 Android 5.1 Lollipop was.

Nexus 5 (2013): 

The second terminal of the alliance between LG and Google. He went on sale on 31 October 2013. As usual was the first Android phone to carry the latest version of Android to market, in this case 4.4 Kit Kat. With Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor came to Android 6.0 version of Marshmallow. In 2013 he was considered the best phone on the quality / price. This was due to its characteristics of high-end terminal and its "low cost" compared to other phones on the market.

Nexus 6 (2014): 

Phone developed by Motorola collaborating with Google. On October 29, 2014 I went to the market. This smartphone along with Nexus tablet 9 was the first device to bring Android 5.0 Lollipop. He spent the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, plus improvements had much less power than the previous consumption. One of the most significant changes was the change to a screen of 5.96 inches with a resolution 2K.

Nexus 5X (2015): 

LG again pulled a terminal Nexus Google. It was officially announced on September 29, 2015 Marshmallow incorporating Android 6.0. This phone again have a screen near the 5 inches, 5.2 in this case. Qualcomm Snapdragon incorporated processor 808. Along with the Nexus 6P incorporated fingerprint reader, Android Pay and a USB port type C. departure was not widely acclaimed by excessive price he had. Already existed smartphones with superior features at lower prices. Currently to had a drop of € 200 so it has again become competitive.

Nexus 6P (2015): 

The last Nexus terminal, this time created by Huawei. Released while the Nexus Android 6.0 5X with Marshmallow. Also it included fingerprint reader, Android Pay and USB type C. passed to a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. This terminal is returned to the big screen Nexus, having this 5.7 inches. Notably, it is wearing a pure version of Android, without any modification or added by the manufacturer. This allows a yield of 100% of our smartphone. Version 7.0 currently wears Nougat and surely will be upgraded to Android 8.0 with the output of this.


In addition to phones, Google also developed tablets with different companies.

Nexus 7 (2012): 

On June 27, 2012 showed the world the tablet Nexus 7, a 7-inch tablet created between ASUS and Google. This tablet was the first device to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. He brought a processor NVidia Tegra 3 T30L quad-core. Thanks to its low price and power was the direct competition of the Kindle Fire, only this runs a pure version of Android and not a derivative.

Nexus 10 (2012): 

This 10-inch tablet developed by Samsung was released on 13 November 2012. At the time of his departure incorporated Android 4.2 and reached version 5.0 Lollipop. He had high-end features, such as its processor Exynos 5 Dual processor cores but only two exceeded in performance quad-core processors of its time, but with a modest price its wonderful sales promotion. At the time of his departure could only buy Google Play and the stock sold out within minutes of being available.

Nexus 7 (2013): 

In July 2013 the Nexus 7 upgrade to a newer model with better features. Updated its processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 600. Also developed by ASUS, this tablet was hailed by both critics and ordinary users.

Nexus 9 (2014): 

It manufactured by HTC and unveiled on October 15, 2014, it was the first tablet Nexus 9 inches. It came with Android 5.0 Lollipop designed both to play and to work. With its Tegra K1 Dual-Core processor has a very high performance. Also they released a version of the same model incorporating 4G. One of the most important characteristics of this model was the battery life despite their great power. He was able to last up to 10 hours of continuous use with navigation or video display.


They have also created other attachable devices to our televisions.

Nexus Q (2012): 

In June 2012 Google announced the departure multimedia streaming device spherically shaped. It came with Android version 4.1 and integrated with Google Play. The functionality of the device was to stream any of our devices with at least Android 4.1. Although a few hours had sold all the stock the device was severely criticized by the press. This was due to its high price and the limited possibilities offered.

Nexus Player (2015): 

Last year showed the Nexus Player developed by ASUS and Google. This device was nothing more than a media center or Android console to the TV. It is incorporating all the functions of a media center and streaming Nexus Q. Recently Google has stopped the sale of this product, which has raised suspicions because it has been very sharp cut in production and sale of the product.

Currently we do not know what the future holds for Google products, but with its new Pixel and Pixel XL phones announced recently the company know that it is time bellows.

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