We reported a few days ago that Google‘s earnings call basically pointed out weakening Nexus device sales relative to the prior month, and that it was primarily due to the Nexus 6 and its inability to compete at the same level as the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7. Now, before you get the wrong idea, by no means is anybody saying that the Nexus 6 is a bad device – in fact, it’s widely accepted as one of the best Android devices to date, and we’d definitely agree. But it should be fairly obvious that it doesn’t have the same appeal as the Nexus 5 did, and we wanted to ask you, our readers, what went wrong with the Nexus 6? Or perhaps worded differently – why didn’t you buy a Nexus 6? Which of course means its poll time:
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At the end of the day, Google probably doesn’t mind too much what happens to the Nexus devices it launches, as long as there are enough for its developers to take advantage of, but it’s always good if the devices sell well too. We’ll have to see if Google changes its tune this year when they inevitably launch a new Nexus smartphone.
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