Google’s new Pixel phones are here to replace the Nexus line. Normally, we wouldn’t pit new phones against old ones but if you’re shopping now, or looking to replace an explodey Galaxy Note 7, these are your two best options. Let’s look at how the old guard stacks up against Google’s new hardware play, and where the real value lies. Read more...
Google has made a huge stride in camera quality, but can it take on Samsung head to head? Though Google's new Pixel phones have seriously impressive imaging that put its previous Nexus phones to shame, we have to remember that before...Show More Summary
Want to keep your Nexus 6P protected without adding a bulky case to it? Amzer’s Pudding TPU case is a great option to consider as it will just add a thin layer of protection to the phone and a bit of extra grip as well. Right now you can pick one up for just $3.95! ...
Unfortunately, Google has been adamant that Nexus phones will not be getting a lot of the same things that Pixel phones have. Thankfully, not all hope is lost -- you can still make your phone look and feel like a Pixel in some respects if you want to be with the in-crowd.
When your phone starts acting up, sometimes you have to live with it. If you follow me on social media, you've likely read my complaints about my year-old Nexus 6P. Frankly, my "Really Blue" Pixel XL can't get here soon enough. I'm ready to throw Google's last Nexus device out the window. Show More Summary
Google starts testing Android 7.1 on Nexus devices, and you can try it right now... as long as you've got the right hardware.
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Google just released the first set of factory images, OTA update files, and driver binaries for the Pixel and Pixel XL, continuing a tradition that started in the Nexus era.
Google's new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones were released on Thursday and diehard Android fans were excited. In fact, unlike Nexus phones from Google, the new Pixel phones even managed to generate some interest outside the enthusiast crowd thanks to the recent cancellation of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7. Show More Summary
Everything you need to manually update your Pixel has been posted by Google. If you've been wondering how the [Pixel phones](/google-pixel] will compare the Nexus line when it comes to updates and images and all things open-ish, you'll...Show More Summary
A Google team member confirmed that Nexus phones won't get the Night Light and fingerprint reader gestures that come with Google's Pixel phones.
Ever since Google introduced the Pixel and Pixel XL, we have been wondering how the update situation would work. Would Google just push over-the-air updates as they were ready or would they treat them similarly to Nexus phones by issuing factory image and OTA.zip files. Show More Summary
Google starts with a beta version for developers with Nexus devices so they can "tease out any device-specific issues."
Moments after Google released factory images and OTA.zip files of the Android 7.1.1 developer preview for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, and Pixel C, we flashed it and accepted the over-the-air beta to see what other kinds of goodies were baked in that didn’t make the 7.1 announcement. Show More Summary
Google has long implemented a 2-year guarantee of OS updates for their Nexus phones, and while that reassurance is nice, we were hoping that they'd extend that expectation a bit for the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL. Sadly, those phones are getting the same treatment.
Nexus owners can now install Android 7.1 and try out Google's new long-press to bring up app shortcuts.
Google has delivered on its promise and released the developer preview of Android Nougat 7.1 for beta testers before October ended. You can only access it if you have a Nexus 5X, a Nexus 6P or a Pixel C, though -- Google won't be releasing it for other devices until November, and its final public release won't be available until December. Show More Summary
The Pixel and Pixel XL are well-crafted devices that showcase the best of Android. But can Google convince Indian buyers to pay up? Google has partnered with handset manufacturers over the years to create the Nexus lineup of phones and...Show More Summary
Google has released the first Android 7.1 Nougat Developer Preview for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C!