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Google continues to Nexus line of smartphones and tablets
Google does not stop with its Nexus line of Android devices. That says a Google employee in an interview. Earlier this year were strong rumors that the latest Nexus devices were to be published this year.
Stopping the Nexus line is ‘illogical’, according to Android chief Dave Burke says he opposes ReadWrite. “You can not build a platform in the abstract, you must have a device. So I do not think it will ever go away,” said Burke facing websites Nexus gotta express how Google thinks that Android should look, “says Burke. “It’s a statement, a statement of purity in some ways. I do not see why we would ever step, since from it is not logical.”
Since January start rumors that Google would stop the Nexus line. That would have to do with an agreement between Google and Samsung. The Nexus line would be replaced by Android Silver, a program in which manufacturers release phones without bloatware. Burke confirmed between the lines of the existence of silver, but says that both lines can coexist.
Google has the Nexus line since early 2010, when it released the Nexus One. Currently, Google sells the Nexus made by LG 5 and made by Asus Nexus 7 Samsung has a Google Nexus 10 produced in 2012, but it is not Dutch and Belgian Play Store for sale.; In some stores, he is still able to get.Viewing:-268
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