No New Nexus In Sight, Says Schmidt: Nexus One Did Its Job


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    Many people were confused with the Nexus One’s ultimate purpose. Google wasn’t trying to sell a bajillion million phones to be named the king of smartphone distribution. Instead, they were trying to set a bar that all manufacturers should aim to reach to provide their customers with a very pleasant Android experience.Up until the Nexus [...]

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    Sad, I really like the Nexus form factor and use of stock Android UI. I think not having such a device on the market leaves a real hole for people like me. I honestly do NOT want the EVO 4G, Incredible or X. Give me an updated Nexus 2 with a retina display and we're talkin'!
     
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    But I think HTC are much better than others, HTC almost doesn't modify any of the Android OS, and not allows you to flash the phones using any updates. Personally, I still like HTC, but I don't like sumsung's, Droid X, S&A's, they do too many modifications to the OS, and turned not "open" enough!
     
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    But the Nexus is the only one which gets the latest updates as fast as Google sends them out. With the HTC/Moto ones it's up to the manufacturers.
     

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