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No More Nexus Devices

After the launch of Google's Pixel phones, many people wondered if the Nexus brand will be retired or we'll still see Nexus phones, tablets and other Android devices. It looks like the first answer is accurate. According to The Verge, Google says that there are no plans for future Nexus products. "The idea was to show everyone how it should be done," says Brian Rakowski, VP of product management for Android.
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