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Why did they stop making Nexus phones?

Why did they stop making Nexus phones?

The Nexus Q is a discontinued digital media player that ran Android and integrated with Google Play, to sell at US$299 in the United States. After complaints about a lack of features for the price, the Nexus Q was shelved indefinitely; Google said it needed time to make the product “even better”.

What is the newest Nexus phone?

Nexus 6P
The Nexus 6P is the new phone from Google with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The 6P features a 5.7″ wqhd AMOLED display with 518 pixels per inch and a camera that takes beautiful photos in all light conditions.

Is the Google Nexus 4 a good phone?

Far from the most desirable handset on the market, the Google Nexus 4 is still somewhat of a looker with relatively svelte design lines and few blemishes detracting from an overall appearance that appeals for the most part but which fails to provide the ‘wow’ factor.

How big is the screen on the Nexus 4?

At 4.7-inches in size, the 1280 x 768p WXGA IPS Google Nexus 4 screen is just 0.1-inches smaller than the market leading Samsung Galaxy S3, but no less visually impressive.

What’s the frame rate on the Nexus 4?

Running the Epic Citadel benchmark tests on the Android 4.3 Nexus 4, it scores a 49.2 average FPS. The Nexus 4 running on Android 4.2.2 in comparison scores a 53.3 average FPS. Clearly there is a difference in the numbers, in reality though giving Candy Crush a play, we didn’t notice any frame rate issues.

What was the incremental update for the Nexus 4?

The incremental update focuses on making performance improvements including triple buffering, reduced touch latency for gamepads, Bluetooth Smart support, CPU input boost, and a version of Project Butter that runs even smoother. There are some more noticeable upgrades with changes made to the camera app, keyboard and notifications.