Google Nexus 6: Is It Time For An Upgrade?

Google disappointed a whole lot of Nexus 6 users when its released its latest Android 7.1.2 Nougat update to its Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices but left its Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 out of the equation. This proves that Google has officially terminated support for these two devices. However, keep in mind that Read more about Google Nexus 6: Is It Time For An Upgrade?[…]

Google Makes It Worse For Nexus 6 Owners

Google doesn’t seem to get tired of making things worse for Nexus 6 owners. The tech giant recently released its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update and despite Google claiming that this is merely an maintenance update, it appears that two major features have been added to the mix. Sadly, Google has restricted this update Read more about Google Makes It Worse For Nexus 6 Owners[…]

Google Makes It Worse For Loyal Nexus 6 Users

Just recently, Google unleashed its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update. Despite the Mountain View giant claiming that this is merely another incremental maintenance update, it arrived bearing two major features. Sorry to burst your bubble, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 owners; unfortunately, Google has omitted these devices from its list of eligible devices. However, Read more about Google Makes It Worse For Loyal Nexus 6 Users[…]

Nexus 5X: Ruined By LG?

Although the Nexus series is essentially under the Google brand, the devices were manufactured under different companies. Take for example, the Nexus 5X was made by LG. Could that have been one of the reasons the device turned out as one of the least favored Nexus devices? The Nexus 5X struggled to attract buyers from Read more about Nexus 5X: Ruined By LG?[…]

Google Isn’t Playing Nice With Nexus 6

Google unleashed its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update recently and claimed that this is merely just another incremental maintenance release. However, that turned out to be untrue as this update brought two major features along with it. As exciting as that may be, not all Nexus devices have received the green light for it. Read more about Google Isn’t Playing Nice With Nexus 6[…]

Nexus 5X Fails To Impress As Much As Other Nexus Siblings

Although the Nexus 6P may be a good sequel after the Nexus 6, the Nexus 5X was nowhere close to the Nexus 5. A survey by Droid-Life even revealed that buyers preferred the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6 and the Nexus 6P over the 5.2-inch device. It’s evident that Google has been Read more about Nexus 5X Fails To Impress As Much As Other Nexus Siblings[…]

Google Nexus 6: How’s This For Goodbye?

Google recently launched its Android 7.1.2 Nougat developer preview update. Although the tech giant claims that this update is just another incremental maintenance release, it comes with two major features. Unfortunately, not all Nexus devices will be eligible for it. Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P have made it into the eligible list whereas the Nexus Read more about Google Nexus 6: How’s This For Goodbye?[…]

Google Isn’t To Blame For Nexus 5X Curse

Nexus 5X is probably one of Google’s least favored Nexus device ever produced. It does have its own set of fans but the figure doesn’t quite match up to the entourage of fans behind the Nexus 6 or even the Nexus 6P. The only party worth pointing fingers at is the manufacturer itself, LG. It Read more about Google Isn’t To Blame For Nexus 5X Curse[…]

Google Going Cheaper For Nexus 5 Owners?

When the Nexus 5 was first released in 2013, it was priced at only $350 to $400. So, those who bought the device would surely be turned off by the Pixel’s $650+ price tag. Fortunately, it appears that Google may be producing a cheaper smartphone that would definitely appeal to Nexus 5 users. According to Read more about Google Going Cheaper For Nexus 5 Owners?[…]

Google Isn’t Wrong In Nexus 5X Disaster

It’s pretty obvious that the Nexus 5X is one of Google’s least favored Nexus device. It does have its own set of fans but its following isn’t as much as other Nexus devices. So, what went wrong with the Nexus 5X? Was Google behind this lack of appeal or could it have been due to Read more about Google Isn’t Wrong In Nexus 5X Disaster[…]

Google Won’t Leave Nexus 6P Users Starved

Back in October 2016, the Pixel duo was launched and these babies represented Google’s vision of an ideal Android powered device. These devices came with great hardware performance along with some Pixel-exclusive features. And now, it looks like Google is opening up these Pixel-exclusive features to its Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices. A few Read more about Google Won’t Leave Nexus 6P Users Starved[…]

Google Is Doing Harm To Nexus 6P

The Nexus 6P is such a great all-rounder stock Android device that it’s surprising that Google isn’t trying to reap its full potential. Looking at how it is currently being projected in Google’s Project Fi service, the Nexus 6P has a great shot as a quasi-mid-range device. What we’re trying to say is that the Read more about Google Is Doing Harm To Nexus 6P[…]

Don’t Blame Google For Nexus 5X Failure

It’s easy to say that the Nexus 5X is one of Google’s most hated devices, but it’s probably more reasonable to say that it’s one of Google’s least favored Nexus releases instead. Sure, it has its fans, but there aren’t that many around. The question is whether Google really did screw up with the Nexus Read more about Don’t Blame Google For Nexus 5X Failure[…]

Google Is Making Users Dump Nexus 5X

The arrival of the Google Pixel duo had shaken the Android ecosystem. Prior to this, Samsung was the solo rival against the mighty Apple but now, Google is attempting to overtake both these strong contenders. However, Google isn’t merely dumping the Nexus series to go down a full-premium pathway and it really wouldn’t make much Read more about Google Is Making Users Dump Nexus 5X[…]

What Makes Google Nexus 5X So Terrible?

Google made a mistake by selling off Motorola; it may have seemed like a good idea then but now, it’s just the exact opposite. Although it was the Nexus 6P that elevated the Nexus program to a greater height, we can’t help but wonder if the device would have been better if Motorola had a Read more about What Makes Google Nexus 5X So Terrible?[…]

Google Can’t Let Nexus 6P Waste Away

The Google Pixel devices are priced between the range of $650 to $870; this makes the Nexus 6P look so much more appealing when placed side-by-side. But this may change when the Nexus 5X starts off at only half the price. Keep in mind that these prices are derived based on Google’s Project Fi service. Read more about Google Can’t Let Nexus 6P Waste Away[…]

Google Nexus 5: Let The Dead Bury The Dead

The Nexus 5 may be an aging device in the current Android ecosystem but there is really no solid reason to be concerned over its survival. Even Google isn’t capable of stopping developers from producing the latest Android systems for this Nexus. When CyanogenMod (CM), the main platform where custom ROMs are made for Android Read more about Google Nexus 5: Let The Dead Bury The Dead[…]

Nexus 6P & 5X: Google Assistant On The Cards?

When Google released its Pixel duo, it arrived alongside a brand new AI assistant, called the Google Assistant, but the company did not mention if it’ll be making its way into other Android devices. Although Google Assistant is exclusive to Pixel and Pixel XL right now, the rumor mill have been saying that the feature Read more about Nexus 6P & 5X: Google Assistant On The Cards?[…]

Is Google Giving Up On Nexus 6P?

Google Pixel starts off at $650 and it goes all the way to $870 for the 128GB Pixel XL. In comparison to these devices, the Nexus 6P’s price tag really does seem appealing. However, the Nexus 5X is priced at $200 on Google’s Project Fi service, making it an even better deal than the Nexus Read more about Is Google Giving Up On Nexus 6P?[…]

Nexus 6: Where Did It All Go Wrong?

It’s odd how the industry works. These days, it looks like it is the companies that have mastered the art of frustrating its consumers that bring in the big bucks. There’s no doubt that Google is one of those companies. Despite Google hiding its Nexus family’s profit numbers, it’s widely known that many users, especially Read more about Nexus 6: Where Did It All Go Wrong?[…]