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Why it matters that Google might be making its own phones

Over six and a half years ago, Google’s attempt at selling its own idealized Android phone launched about as disastrously as possible. Its Nexus One failed to live up to pre-release hype, then Sprint and Verizon dropped plans to support it — and Google discontinued it six months later.
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