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Google Nexus Had to Die So Pixel Could Live

A new interview with the person who runs Google's hardware efforts casts some light on why the Nexus lineup had to die.

As you may know, Google for years sold third-party devices under the Nexus brand. The idea was to provide consumers with a clean Google experience that was untainted by hardware maker customizations and included access to the latest Android features.

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