Before we find out what Google has in store for the Nexus smartphone line, we thought it was a good time for a trip down memory lane. Join us as we examine Google’s mobile hardware history starting with the Nexus One.
A commit to the CM open source project suggests that support for the CDMA version of the Galaxy Nexus is going to be dropped.
A Nexus 5 vs Nexus 4 vs Galaxy Nexus vs Nexus S vs Nexus One video comparison shows the design and performance differences between every Nexus handset made to date.
Google may no longer be supporting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with new OS updates, but where there is a will, there’s a way. Early alpha ROMs have now arrived for both the GSM and Verizon versions of the Galaxy Nexus!
Google announced that it will roll out the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Google Play edition handsets in the “coming weeks.
Factory images and binaries for the latest Android 4.3 versions (JSS15Q and JWR66Y) for the Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and Galaxy Nexus are now available to download.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been caught passing through the Bluetooth certification process again, suggesting that a new software update, possibly Android 4.3, is on the way in the near future
Is Android 4.3 and/or a new Nexus device coming soon? A reddit user seems to think so based on some interesting findings. Read on for more details, pictures included!
Speaking at Google I/O, Android engineering director Dave Burke acknowledged the problem with fragmentation and talked about some of the possible solutions.
With Google I/O right around the corner, and the probable announcement of the next iteration of the Android OS, we’re more curious about which manufacturer will be making the Nexus handset. Who do you think should manufacture the next Nexus (Nexus 5) smartphone?