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Nexus 6

Nexus 6

Each and every year, Google has released a Nexus smartphone to replace the Nexus smartphone from the previous year. This year, it was the Nexus 5 that replaced the Nexus 4 and did so with brand new hardware, 4G LTE data speeds, a new carrier in Sprint, Android 4.4 KitKat, and an affordable unlocked price tag.

Google seems content with the Nexus program and we can't see it discontinuing it moving forward. And thus, we think there will be a Nexus 6 next year. Who it will be made by, what it will have on board, those things remain out of the picture at the moment but we do have some ideas.

Nexus devices always come with vanilla software, they always have high-end hardware, and they always are affordable. We expect the Nexus 6 to be all of these things.

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  1. Michael Hall

    12/17/2013 at 1:50 pm

    Are you serious? You say that LG don’t offer the software support of HTC and Samsung. Really? Do you read other blogs?

    Samsung have been consistent in NEVER delivering software support! Yes, they offer software updates but surely you know that this is totally different to software SUPPORT.

    The latest 4.3 android update in the UK is classic of their attitude to their customers. Remember, most high end phones are not locked to providers and so it is Samsung that provide the updates.

    Many customers S4’s are now routinely exhibiting major problems (including mine).

    The support from Samsung? Nothing – absolutely nothing! They had to be dragged kicking and screaming to even admit there were problems.

    What communication have they made to customers with details of expected fixes – none – absolutely none. And I have an active Samsung account.

    LG customers have been spared having their phones partially ‘bricked’.

    Be thankful for that!

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