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Google Pixel and Pixel XL: What to expect from the Nexus successors

Brace yourself: Pixels are coming.

For the past seven years, Google partnered with some of the leading Android phone makers to sell co-branded handsets under the “Nexus” name. This year, the company is set to unveil two new handsets under a brand that’s new to phones, but well known to Google followers: Pixel.

On October 4, Google will hold an event in San Francisco where it’ll unveil two new phones “made by Google.” We’ll reportedly get the Pixel  [Read More…]

Save 60% on this thin Nexus 5X case today!

Want to add a thin case to your Nexus 5X that doesn’t take away from the look of the phone. Amzer’s Pudding TPU case offers a great fit with easy access to the fingerprint sensor and other ports. The case also gives the phone a bit more grip, and right now you can pick one up for just $ 3.95, a savings of 60%.

Save 50% on this protective Nexus 6P case today!

Want a protective case for your Nexus 6P that doesn’t turn it into a huge brick? If so, check out Seidio’s Surface case for a nice balance of protection and overall look and feel. Right now you can pick one up for just $ 14.95, a savings of 50%.

The time is right for Google to push Nexus and Pixel lines to new heights

If Google is ever going to make the Nexus lineup- or the Pixel lineup as it is rumored to be called now a major player, it has to be now. Google has made it a point for the last six years to release a reference device to give OEMs and developers an idea of the direction

Save 50% on this protective Nexus 5X case today!

Want a protective case for your Nexus 5X that doesn’t add a ton of bulk to it? If so, Seidio’s Surface case may be worth checking out. It has a two-piece design that slides over the phone and adds a kickstand to prop the phone up when you are not using it. Right now you can save 50% on the purchase, making it just $ 14.95!

Out with the Nexus, and in with the Pixel and Pixel XL

Earlier this week, we gave you our take on what we thought would happen with the Nexus lineup. Now we have confirmation that the Nexus lineup is indeed “dead”. Android Police is reporting that they have two independent sources confirming that the 5.0″ Sailfish and 5.5″ Marlin will be marketed as the Pixel and Pixel XL

Best Nexus 6P cases

What are the best cases for Nexus 6P?

Picking out a Nexus 6P case for day-to-day use can be challenging. The case needs to be durable and protective enough for your liking without being too thin or overly bulky, the design and colors should speak to your sense of style, and the case’s individual, specific features should jump out at you and draw you in.

As you hunt for the perfect Nexus 6P case, here are  [Read More…]

The end of Nexus: This year’s Google phones to forge new path

The ‘Nexus’ brand is going away, but the biggest deal here is the large change in software experience that will accompany the new branding.

This year’s Google-branded Android phones will not use the “Nexus” name, Android Central understands, indicating a hard break from the past six years of flagship devices for the company. The widely expected HTC-built handsets — referred to as “Nexus” phones in recent online leaks — will instead come to market under a  [Read More…]

Save $160 on the Nougat-ready 32GB Nexus 5X right now!

Right now you can pick up the 32GB Nexus 5X for just $ 240 at eBay, a savings of $ 160 from its regular price. Google has already pushed the updated factory images out of Android Nougat for the phone, so if you are looking for an inexpensive way to get the latest version of Android, this is a great option. With its 5.2-inch display and 32GB of internal storage, this deal makes for a great way to save some  [Read More…]

The Nexus lineup is dead

Google’s Nexus program has produced incredible devices over the years. If you have followed the Nexus line from the beginning, you have seen these devices grow from relative obscurity to the pinnacle of smartphones in 2015. As in any business, though, perspective and goals must shift, and the Nexus program is no different. By examining both the