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Google Nexus is a line of consumer electronic devices that run the Android operating system Google manages the design, development, marketing, and support of these devices, but some development and all manufacturing are carried out by partnering with original equipment manufacturers OEMs As of August 2016, the devices currently available in the line are two smartphones, the Nexus 6P made with Huawei and Nexus 5X made with LG The line has also included tablets and streaming media players, though neither type of device is currently available The most recent tablet was the Nexus 9 made with HTC, and the most recent streaming media player the Nexus Player made with Asus

Devices in the Nexus line are considered Google's flagship Android products They contain little to no manufacturer or wireless carrier modifications to Android such as custom user interfaces, although devices sold through carriers are sometimes SIM locked and may bear some extra branding Nexus 6 devices sold through AT&T, for example, are SIM locked and feature a custom boot splash screen and a logo on the back of the device, despite having otherwise identical hardware to the unlocked variant The Verizon Galaxy Nexus featured a Verizon logo on the back and received software updates at a slower pace than the unlocked variant, though it featured different hardware to accommodate Verizon's CDMA network All Nexus devices feature an unlockable bootloader to allow further development and end-user modification Nexus devices are often among the first Android devices to receive updates to the operating system

With the expansion of the Google Pixel product line in late 2016, Google stated that they "don’t want to close a door completely, but there is no plan right now to do more Nexus devices"

Contents

  • 1 Devices
    • 11 Smartphones
      • 111 Nexus One
      • 112 Nexus S
      • 113 Galaxy Nexus
      • 114 Nexus 4
      • 115 Nexus 5
      • 116 Nexus 6
      • 117 Nexus 5X
      • 118 Nexus 6P
    • 12 Tablets
      • 121 Nexus 7
        • 1211 First generation
        • 1212 Second generation
      • 122 Nexus 10
      • 123 Nexus 9
    • 13 Digital media players
      • 131 Nexus Q
      • 132 Nexus Player
  • 2 Philip K Dick estate claim
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Devices

Smartphones

Main article: Comparison of Google Nexus smartphones

Nexus One

HTC Google Nexus One Main article: Nexus One

The Nexus One was manufactured by HTC and released in January 2010 as the first Nexus phone It was released with Android 21 Eclair, and was updated in May 2010 to be the first phone with Android 22 Froyo It was further updated to Android 23 Gingerbread It was announced that Google would cease support for the Nexus One, whose graphics processing unit GPU; Adreno 200 is poor at rendering the new 2D acceleration engine of the UI in Android 40 Ice Cream Sandwich The Nexus S and newer models have hardware designed to handle the new rendering It was the only Nexus device to have card storage expandability SD

  • Display: 37" display with 800x480 pixel resolution
  • CPU: 1 GHz Qualcomm Scorpion
  • Storage: 512 MB
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Camera: 5 MP rear camera
Samsung Nexus S

Nexus S

Main article: Nexus S

The Nexus S, manufactured by Samsung, was released in December 2010 to coincide with the release of Android 23 Gingerbread In December 2011 it was updated to Android 40 Ice Cream Sandwich, with most variations later being updatable to Android 41 Jelly Bean in July 2012 The device's support was ended after 41 Jelly Bean and no longer receives updates from Google

  • Display: 40" display with 800x480 pixel resolution
  • CPU: 1 GHz single-core ARM Cortex-A8
  • Storage: 16 GB Partitioned: 1 GB internal storage and 15 GB USB storage
  • RAM: 512 MB
Samsung Galaxy Nexus back

Galaxy Nexus

Main article: Galaxy Nexus

The Galaxy Nexus, manufactured by Samsung, was released in November 2011 GSM version, US version released on December 15, 2011 to coincide with the release of Android 40 Ice Cream Sandwich The device support was ended after 43 Jelly Bean and no longer receives updates from Google This device is known in Brazil as Galaxy X due to a trademark on the "Nexus" brand It is also the last Nexus device to have a removable battery

  • Display: 465" HD Super AMOLED display with 1280x720 pixel resolution
  • CPU: 12 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
  • RAM: 1 GB

Nexus 4

LG Nexus 4 Main article: Nexus 4

The Nexus 4 smartphone, also known as the LG Nexus 4 or LG Mako, was released in November 2012 and manufactured by LG It was the first Android device that used Android's 42 Jelly Bean update version Nexus 4 is the first Nexus device to have wireless charging capabilities It was updated to Android 43 in June 2013 and to Android 44 in November 2013 It can run Android 51 as of April 2015 The Nexus 4 has the following characteristics:

  • Display: 47" Corning Gorilla Glass 2, True HD IPS Plus capacitive touchscreen, 768x1280 pixel resolution, 16M colors
  • CPU: Quad-core 15 GHz Krait
  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064
  • Storage: 8 or 16 GB
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • GPU: Adreno 320
  • Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 2100 mAh battery, wireless charging
  • Camera: 8 MP rear camera with 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, and LED flash; 13 MP front camera
LG Nexus 5

Nexus 5

Main article: Nexus 5

The Nexus 5 smartphone, again manufactured by LG, was scheduled for sale on October 31, 2013 for US $349 at the Google Play store It is the first device to use Android 44 KitKat The Nexus 5 will not receive an official Android 70 Nougat update, meaning that Android 601 Marshmallow is the last officially supported Android version for the device The Nexus 5 has the following characteristics:

  • Display: 495" Corning Gorilla Glass 3, IPS LCD touchscreen, 1080×1920 pixel resolution 1080p
  • Processor: 226 GHz Krait 400 quad-core processor on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • GPU: Adreno 330
  • Battery: 2,300 mAh lithium polymer, wireless charging
  • Cameras: 8 MP rear camera with optical image stabilization OIS; 13 MP front camera
  • Connectivity: 4G LTE, 80211 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 40
Motorola Nexus 6

Nexus 6

Main article: Nexus 6

The Nexus 6 is a smartphone developed by Motorola Mobility, originally running Android 50 Lollipop upgradeable to Android 70 Nougat It was first announced on October 15, 2014 along with the Nexus 9 and the Nexus Player

  • Display: 596" Quad HD AMOLED PenTile RGBG display with 1440×2560 pixel resolution 493 ppi
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 - Quad-core 27 GHz
  • Modem: Qualcomm MDM9625M
  • Storage: 32 or 64 GB
  • RAM: 3 GB
  • GPU: Adreno 420
  • Battery: 3220 mAh with Turbo Charging technology, non-removable, wireless charging
  • Cameras: 13 MP rear camera with f/20 lens featuring OIS; 2 MP front camera
  • Speakers: Dual front facing stereo
  • Colors: Midnight Blue and Cloud White
LG Nexus 5X

Nexus 5X

Main article: Nexus 5X

The Nexus 5X is a smartphone developed by LG Electronics, running Android 60 Marshmallow It was first announced on September 29, 2015 along with the Nexus 6P

  • Display: 52" FHD LCD display with 1080x1920 pixel resolution 423ppi
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 - Hexa-core 18 GHz
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
  • RAM: 2GB LPDDR3
  • GPU: Adreno 418
  • Battery: 2700 mAh with rapid charging, non-removable
  • Cameras: 123 MP rear camera with f/20 lens and IR laser-assisted autofocus; 5 MP front camera with f/20 lens
  • Speakers: Single front-facing speaker
  • Colors: Carbon black, Quartz white, and Ice mint


Nexus 6P

Main article: Nexus 6P

The Nexus 6P is a smartphone developed by Huawei, running Android 60 Marshmallow It was first announced on September 29, 2015 along with the Nexus 5X

  • Display: 57" WQHD AMOLED display with 1440x2560 pixel resolution 518ppi
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 - Octa-core 4 x 195 GHz, 4 x 155 GHz
  • Storage: 32, 64, or 128 GB
  • RAM: 3GB LPDDR4
  • GPU: Adreno 430
  • Battery: 3450 mAh with rapid charging, non-removable
  • Cameras: 123 MP rear camera with f/20 lens and IR laser-assisted autofocus; 8 MP front camera with f/20 lens
  • Speakers: Dual front-facing stereo
  • Colors: Graphite black, Aluminum silver, Frost white, and Gold

Tablets

Main article: Comparison of Google Nexus tablets

Nexus 7

First generation Main article: Nexus 7 2012

On June 27, 2012, at its I/O 2012 keynote presentation, Google introduced the Nexus 7, a 7-inch tablet computer developed with and manufactured by Asus Released in July 2012, it was the first device to run Android 41 Jelly Bean The latest Android version supported by Google for the device is Android 511 Lollipop

  • Display: 7" display with 1280x800 pixel resolution
  • SoC: NVIDIA Tegra 3
  • Storage: 8, 16, or 32 GB
  • 1 GB RAM
Second generation Main article: Nexus 7 2013

On July 24, 2013, at Google's "Breakfast with Sundar Pichai" press conference, Pichai introduced the second generation Nexus 7, again co-developed with Asus Keeping with Google Nexus tradition, it was simultaneously released with the latest OS version, Android 43 Jelly Bean It was made available on July 26, 2013 at select retailers and on the Google Play store in the United States On November 20, 2013, it was available from the Google Play stores in Hong Kong and India On the same day, the Nexus Wireless Charger was made available in the United States and Canada In December 2015, Google released Android 601 Marshmallow for the device The Nexus 7 2013 will not receive an official Android 70 Nougat update, meaning that Android 601 Marshmallow is the last officially supported Android version for the tablet

  • Display: 702" display with 1920x1200 pixel resolution
  • CPU: 151 GHz quad-core Krait 300
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
  • 2 GB RAM
  • GPU: 400 MHz quad-core Adreno 320

Nexus 10

Main article: Nexus 10

The Nexus 10, a 10-inch tablet manufactured by Samsung, was revealed in late October 2012 by the Exif data of photos taken by Google executive, Vic Gundotra, along with the leaks of its manual and a comprehensive series of photos The leaked photos revealed a design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 101, with a 101-inch 2560×1600 display, 16 or 32 GB of storage, Android 42, and a dual-core 17 GHz Exynos 5 processor The Nexus 10 was expected to be unveiled officially during a Google press event on October 29, 2012, but the event was postponed due to Hurricane Sandy

  • Display: 101" Corning Gorilla Glass 2 with 2560x1600 pixel resolution
  • CPU: 17 GHz dual-core Cortex-A15
  • SoC: Samsung Exynos 5250
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
  • 2 GB RAM

Nexus 9

Main article: Nexus 9

The Nexus 9 is a 9-inch tablet running Android 50, developed in collaboration between Google and HTC It was first announced on October 15, 2014 along with the Nexus 6 and the Nexus Player

  • Display: 89" Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with 2048x1536 pixel resolution
  • CPU: 23 GHz dual-core 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 "Denver"
  • SoC: NVIDIA Tegra K1
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB
  • 2 GB RAM
  • Dual front-facing speakers featuring HTC BoomSound

Digital media players

Nexus Q

Main article: Nexus Q

The Nexus Q was a digital media player that ran Android and integrated with Google Play, to sell at US$299 in the United States

After complaints about a lack of features for the price, the Nexus Q was shelved indefinitely; Google said it needed time to make the product "even better" The Nexus Q was unofficially replaced by the Chromecast, and further by the Nexus Player

  • Storage: 16 GB
  • 1 GB RAM

Nexus Player

Main article: Nexus Player

The Nexus Player is a streaming media player created in collaboration between Google and ASUS It is the first device running Android TV It was first announced on October 15, 2014 along with the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 On May 24, 2016, Google discontinued the Nexus Player

  • 18 GHz quad-core Intel Atom processor
  • 80211ac 2x2 MIMO
  • HDMI out
  • remote control with 2 AAA batteries
  • Gamepad Purchased separately

Philip K Dick estate claim

Upon the announcement of the first Nexus device, the Nexus One, the estate of science fiction author Philip K Dick claimed that the Nexus One name capitalized on intellectual property from Dick's 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and that the choice of name was a direct reference to the Nexus-6 series of androids in the novel

See also

  • Google portal
  • Android Dev Phone
  • Android One
  • Chromebook
  • Google Pixel
  • List of Google products

References

  1. ^ Rosenberg, Jamie March 6, 2012 "Introducing Google Play: All your entertainment, anywhere you go" Google Retrieved March 22, 2016 
  2. ^ Topolsky, Joshua December 10, 2010 "Nexus S review" Engadget AOL Retrieved August 2, 2012 
  3. ^ https://wwwandroidpitcom/android-ui-comparison
  4. ^ Bray, Tim December 20, 2010 "It's not "rooting", it's openness" blog Android Developers Google Retrieved November 22, 2011 
  5. ^ Volpe, Joseph November 3, 2011 "Galaxy Nexus gets rooted, forums burst into applause" Engadget AOL Retrieved November 22, 2011 
  6. ^ Purdy, Kevin December 6, 2010 "Google Launches Android 23 Gingerbread and Nexus S Flagship Phone" Lifehacker Gawker Media Retrieved November 22, 2011 
  7. ^ Ho, Erica; Rose, Brent October 18, 2011 "This Is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Google's New Official Android Phone" Gizmodo Gawker Media Retrieved November 22, 2011 
  8. ^ Kendrick, James October 27, 2011 "Don't diss my phone: Nexus S to get Ice Cream Sandwich within weeks" ZDNet CBS Interactive Retrieved November 22, 2011 
  9. ^ Gurman, Mark October 4, 2016 "This Man Is Explaining Google's Hardware Bet to Android Partners" Bloomberg LP Retrieved October 5, 2016 
  10. ^ Parsons, Chris July 19, 2012 "Android 411 Jelly Bean OTA now appearing on some Nexus S variations" Android Central Mobile Nations Retrieved July 19, 2012 
  11. ^ "Apresentando Galaxy X" in Portuguese Retrieved September 23, 2012 
  12. ^ Google Posts Android 51 Factory Images For The Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2013, And Nexus 7 2013 LTE
  13. ^ a b Ruddock, David "RIP: The Nexus 5 isn't getting Android 70 Nougat, let's say our goodbyes" Android Police Illogical Robot LLC Retrieved 24 August 2016 
  14. ^ "Nexus 5 round-up: 5 awesome new features, release date, price, specs and all we know so far" 
  15. ^ a b c "Android: Be together Not the same" 
  16. ^ "Google Nexus" Nexus 6 Google October 15, 2014 Retrieved October 15, 2014 
  17. ^ "Nexus 6P" September 29, 2015 Retrieved September 29, 2015 
  18. ^ a b Zimmerman, Steven 12 October 2016 "Sony IMX378: Comprehensive Breakdown of the Google Pixel's Sensor and its Features" XDA Developers Retrieved 17 October 2016 
  19. ^ "Nexus 6P" Google September 29, 2015 Retrieved September 29, 2015 
  20. ^ Stern, Joanna "Google Nexus 7 Tablet, Chromecast Announced" ABC News ABC News Internet Ventures Retrieved July 29, 2013 
  21. ^ "Nexus 5 and 7 available on Play Store for India and Hong Kong" androidaiocom Retrieved November 20, 2013 
  22. ^ http://wwwibtimescom/android-601-marshmallow-new-emoji-available-nexus-6p-nexus-5x-nexus-6-nexus-5-nexus-9-2215346
  23. ^ "Vic Gundotra - Google+ - Early morning walk on the beach" 
  24. ^ "Purported Samsung Nexus 10 tablet manual leaks online" CNET Retrieved October 27, 2012 
  25. ^ "Nexus 10 Leaks Point to Better-Than-iPad Display" Wired Retrieved October 27, 2012 
  26. ^ Google Suspends LaunchOf Nexus Q, Promises Free Q To Those Who Pre-Ordered
  27. ^ Google confirms the Nexus Player has been discontinued
  28. ^ "Nexus Player" Google Nexus Google Inc October 15, 2014 Retrieved October 15, 2014 
  29. ^ "Nexus Name Irks Author's Estate" The Wall Street Journal January 5, 2010 

External links

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