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Recent changes to Android Marshmallow's and Nougat's bootchain have made rooting devices a tougher task. The Pixels will be even tougher.
Basically, your Google Pixel will be safe from splashes and most spills if they're quick ones. Heck, cavalier YouTubers might give it a dunk for a bit.
These pictures are what we like to call "Mr. Postblurrycam," shopped to obscure identifying marks on test devices that shouldn't be leaked.
The Pixel and Pixel XL may be financed if you're lucky and will come with options to extend its warranty. Also, Verizon will have a lot to do with them.
Evan Blass reports that the Galaxy Note 7 will resume sales in the US the same day pre-orders or sales go up for LG's latest flagship: October 21.
Prior rumors have passed on little change to this year's cameras on the Nexus or Pixel phones. One leaker says "iteration" is the word.
The devices, codenamed "Sailfish" and "Marlin," will reportedly not be known as Nexus smartphones, but rather the "Pixel" and the "Pixel XL".
HTC has long been said to be making Google's Nexus-branded smartphones this year. It may just be making two "Google" phones after all.
HTC and Google may command a higher price for the coming Nexus devices. Some would say comparatively and uncomfortably high.
Maybe. We still can't completely rule out the curveball possibility of this benchmark perhaps showing the Marlin Nexus phone. But it's likely the Desire.
The V20 will be loud and clear known on September 6. But word is that it won't be shipped to customers until after when the Nexus phones launch. In October.
Documents submitted to the FCC indicate that these two devices will be supported by Google through that company's Nexus program.
Real pictures of what's claimed to be the smaller of two near-identical Nexus phones have come out. Rumors about its design have also been dispelled.
The promo shows off some Googlers jumping up for a photo, only for it to not be taken. Darn "Storage Full" box. Well, what's the phone, there?
Android Nougat might not have the code that will let every Android device ease up on your eyes at night. It could be a Nexus exclusive.
Two differently sized Nexus phones this year may look pretty similar. HTC supposedly will make them and Google will supposedly sell them.
The larger of the two presumed smartphones that HTC will make for the Google Nexus program supposedly has comparable performance with today's flagships.
The 5.5-inch Marlin is supposedly going to be a lot like the 5-inch Sailfish device that HTC is making for the Google Nexus program.
HTC's said to be working on another 5.5-inch Nexus device, but this 5-inch one seems pretty okay on its own, at least according to this rumor.
The manager of the South African unit of Huawei has confirmed that the company will be putting out another Nexus phone this year.
Google sometimes treads its own path into certain product territories. It did so with a tablet recently. Why not into its own Android phones?
After late word that an HTC-made smartwatch would come in June, Evan Blass reports that it has again been pushed back. He thinks it's become a "cluster".
The Taiwanese manufacturer is done making the Nexus tablet after more than a year of sales. There are some left in its store that you can get.