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Well it might not be any more Nexus phone release from google now, so this flagship phone Nexus 5 might be the last nexus phone.

The Nexus 6 might be dead but its spirit lives on thanks to designers that keep coming up with Nexus 6 concepts that some believe are good enough for Google.

On January 5th, 2010, Google released the very first Nexus smartphone. The Android-powered Nexus One, a device built by HTC, arrived on shelves with 2.1 Eclair on board. Since then, we’ve seen Google release the Nexus S, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, and last year’s Nexus 5. And while nothing is set in stone, it could be that the Nexus 5 will be the company’s last Nexus smartphone.

In April, rumors about Google’s supposed Android Silver program started to swirl. According to The Information, Android Silver will take aim at Apple’s iPhone with a massive marketing campaign, a number of different manufacturers, high-end devices from the likes of LG and Motorola, and features from the Nexus program including swift software updates. The first devices are expected to arrive in February of next year.

The report also suggested that Android Silver “involves dumping the four-year-old Google Nexus phone” as the company “seeks to better compete with the Apple iPhone and blunt the growing power of Samsung, the leading maker of Android phones.”

Up until that report, Nexus 6 rumors had been flying around. They suggested that the device would be based, in part, on the LG G3. The two previous Nexus smartphones, the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5, were based on LG flagship smartphones. And then came the supposed death knell.


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