The Nexus project, which ran in the Google collection from the beginning of 2010 to mid-2015 and launched a total of 8 separate phones and 3 tablets from 6 different brands, is considered by many users interested in technology to be one of the most successful and It was the most memorable smartphone experience that allowed users to get the latest Google software experience in the form of an affordable device. Google Nexus last appeared in the form of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P from LG and Huawei, respectively, and with the unveiling of the first generation Pixel in October 2016, not only the Nexus family but also the idea of low-cost phones that received Android updates earlier than others. It was forgotten.
It goes without saying that Google Pixels were still the first smartphones to receive Android updates, but compared to the Nexus series, they faced a big and decisive difference, which was nothing but the price of the device; The first-generation Google Pixel was priced at $ 649 in the base version, while the Nexus 6P was priced at just $ 499 before it was one of the most expensive Nexus in its class. The Google Pixel XL went even further, hitting the level of Android flagships with a base price of $ 769. A year later, the Pixel 2 in the 64GB base version still retained its base price of $ 649, but the Pixel 2 XL faced another price increase and became available with a base price of $ 849. Google also kept up the price this year, launching the base Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL for $ 799 and $ 899, respectively.
Looking at the price target for the Pixel series (which has almost doubled the usual price of its predecessors), it is clear that Google’s advanced handsets are out of the shopping cart of a wide range of users. Under these circumstances, although selling a more expensive phone will naturally bring higher revenue and profit to the manufacturer (and Apple has been trying to prove this idea for years), on the other hand, it will mean nothing but losing huge revenue to users with limited budgets. In 2014, a year before the introduction of the latest generation of Nexus, Google launched an app called Android One to deliver the latest security updates that focused on low-cost, country-specific handsets and emerging markets. The first generation of the series was released in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Myanmar, followed by African countries such as Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Kenya, Cameroon and Uganda. Lists added.
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