Google Nexus is a family of electronic consumer devices that administer the Android operating system. Google administers the design, development, marketing, and alliance of these devices, although some development and all manufacturing are realized by partnering with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The product family is made up of mostly of mobile devices.
Nexus products are considered to be Google's flagship Android devices. They have no manufacturer or wireless carrier alterations to Android (such as customized graphical user interfaces) and provide an unlockable bootloader to allow additional development and end-user customization. Nexus apparatuses are the first Android devices to receive operating system updates. The Galaxy Nexus is one of the very few smartphones favored by the Android Open Source Project for development of Android software.
Google Pixel 2Announced Oct 24, 2017
5″ screen • 12 megapixels (rear) • 8 megapixels (front)
Google Pixel 2 XLAnnounced Oct 24, 2017
6″ screen • 12 megapixels (rear) • 8 megapixels (front)
Google Nexus 6P
Announced sep 29, 2015
5.7″ screen • 12 megapixels (rear) • 8 megapixels (front)
Google Nexus 5X
Announced Sep 29, 2015
5.2″ screen • 12 megapixels (rear) • 5 megapixels (front)
Google Nexus 6
Announced Oct 15, 2014
5.96″ screen • 13 megapixels (rear) • 2 megapixels (front)