Google Nexus

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Google Nexus 9
Galaxy Nexus, the third in the series

The Nexus is a series of Android smartphones and tablets produced by Google in co-operation with some phone-making companies. The purpose of the Nexus phones and tablets is to offer a "pure Android experience", in which the phones or tablets come free of carrier or manufacturer modifications and with an unlockable bootloader[1] to allow for further development and end-user modification.[2] Nexus phones and tablets were once considered the "flagship" Android devices.[3][4][5][6][7] The Nexus line was later replaced with the Google Pixel.

Phones in the series:

Tablets in the series:

The series also had a media streaming device known as the Nexus Q, however it was never officially released because it didn't have enough features to make it worth using.

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  1. Bray, Tim (2010-12-20). "Android Developers Blog: It's not "rooting", it's openness". Retrieved 2011-11-22.
  2. "Galaxy Nexus gets rooted, forums burst into applause". Engadget. 2011-11-03. Retrieved 2011-11-22.
  3. "Google Launches Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Nexus S Flagship Phone". 2010-12-06. Archived from the original on 2016-03-03. Retrieved 2011-11-22.
  4. erica ho and brent rose (2011-10-18). "This Is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Google's New Official Android Phone". Retrieved 2011-11-22.
  5. "Don't diss my phone: Nexus S to get Ice Cream Sandwich within weeks". ZDNet. 2011-10-27. Retrieved 2011-11-22.
  6. "Exclusive: Samsung 'flagship' phone with Gingerbread and huge display coming in early 2011 (update)". Engadget. 2010-11-11. Retrieved 2011-11-22.
  7. Shanklin, Will (2011-07-21). "Nexus S On Its Way to AT&T - Too Late to Matter?". Retrieved 2011-11-22.

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