Megan Morrone and Jason Howell discuss the future of Nexus devices. Google’s Nexus program first launched in 2009 with the Nexus One. It was meant to act not only as a reference for developers to design apps against, but also to OEMs as an indicator of the priorities that Google sees for Android devices every year. With this year's expected announcement of not one but two Nexus devices made by HTC, Android Central says to expect a big shift in strategy. Namely, that they simply won’t be called Nexus anymore. And if that’s true, then this is a big deal cause its a major shift in strategy for Google’s hardware ambitions.
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