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The Nexus line is dead, says Android chief

The Pixel will be like any other Android phone in one important area. Google's Nexus line is dead, says Hiroshi Lockheimer, head of Android engineering at Google. The Google executive spoke to Bloomberg about the decision this week as it launched its own Pixel phones, saying that "there is no plan right now to do more Nexus devices," squashing the persistent rumors that the company was working with Huawei to built a Nexus 7 tablet successor.
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