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Forget Google’s Pixel phones, leak says the Nexus brand isn’t dead just yet

The Pixel phones will replace Google's Nexus handsets this year, many recent reports have claimed, suggesting that the Nexus family of devices will be retired. However, Nexus isn’t as dead as we thought, as Google may be releasing several more Nexus brand devices in the very near future, complete with a few surprises. DON’T MISS: One of the iPhone 8’s hottest new features was just unveiled by another company Apparently, Huawei is working on a Nexus tablet that will run Andromeda out of the box.
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