What is a Google Phone?! Reviewing Every Pixel/Nexus Ever!

Reviewing every Google phone ever made!

0:00 What is a Google Phone?
1:06 The G1/Dream
3:30 Nexus One
5:35 Nexus S
7:00 Galaxy Nexus
8:40 Nexus 4
9:51 Nexus 5
12:00 Nexus 6
14:33 Nexus 5X
15:03 Nexus 6P
16:04 Google Pixel
18:16 Pixel 2
20:09 Pixel 3
21:30 Pixel 3a
22:44 Pixel 4
24:14 Pixel 4a
26:00 Pixel 5
27:24 Pixel 5A
28:03 Pixel 6
30:33 What is a Google Phone?!

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  • The OnePlus line would be absolutely fascinating. They’ve had such a bizarre history, it would be really fun to see a retrospective from you. I actually bought a OnePlus One based on your review! It was a toss up between it and the Nexus 5, and to this day I still feel the One was the better choice at the time.

    PickletehdromerPickletehdromerأشهر قبل
    • Yeah not even

      James JamesJames James19 ساعات قبل
    • @MzzzzCateArcher I was hesitant with the first two generations but there have been so good deals on the fold 3 lately plus the one plus 7pro being almost 3 years old now,it's time for an upgrade and I want something that's more different than just the jump from the 7 pro to the 9 so decided on the fold

      jiayawjiayaw15 أيام قبل
    • @jiayaw good luck with that. I'm not sure I want a folding device yet

      MzzzzCateArcherMzzzzCateArcher15 أيام قبل
    • @MzzzzCateArcher I was very loyal to oneplus for a long time from the og oneplus 1, then I got the 3 for my next upgrade and then the 7 pro! Love all three of them. The 7 pro is still going strong but I am now waiting to get my hands on the z fold 3! Time for something revolutionary

      jiayawjiayaw15 أيام قبل
    • Bizarre? Basically all of their phones have just been rebranded oppo phones with different software.

      hihellhihihellhi18 أيام قبل
  • You should do the history of mobile phones :) From that 2 kgs brick to that tiny Panasonic G series and back to bricks.

    Serial Killers DocumentariesSerial Killers Documentariesأشهر قبل
    • Keep up those great uploads!

      Xo XoxoXo Xoxoأشهر قبل
  • Absolutely would love to see a Galaxy S video! Especially the weirdness with the S1 and S2 and how carriers in the US still required "unique" phones with different styles and names. The Galaxy S3 was the first really HUGE Android phone that was unified in name and branding and design, something that truly stood up to iPhone.

    Richard CraigRichard Craigأشهر قبل
    • @Emil Cruz that was my first Samsung device

      Ellie KimEllie Kim11 ساعات قبل
    • @AJF I know it does, it's part of why I got it.

      Nope NeverNope Neverأشهر قبل
    • @Nope Never Lol S3 has Amoled

      AJFAJFأشهر قبل
    • It was good that it was the same on all carriers but the pre installed and uninstallable apps were a huge thing especially when the iphone didn't have that and the iphone still had way better performance and battery life.

      patrick jacksonpatrick jacksonأشهر قبل
    • S3 was my first smart phone!

      Sam BailorSam Bailorأشهر قبل
  • Would love to see a video on the windows phone line! So much to unpack there. I’d really like to have a better understanding of why they couldn’t get it to take off. It was honestly a very stable OS and a great pairing to what Nokia was doing at the time.

    Jesse GowerJesse Gowerأشهر قبل
    • My guess would be app support. Had a Nokia 920 for a year and was absolutely blow away at how good the camera was and how good it performed in general. But what made me switch to android was the lack of apps I wanted/needed to use.

      SilversmurferSilversmurferأشهر قبل
    • My first smartphone ever was a Windows phone, and it was honesty pretty solid back in like... 2010 i think? Ive always wondered why they never took off. Wish there was a way to find out ;)

      BabyCocoBabyCocoأشهر قبل
    • The simplest explanation for why the OS didn’t take off was poor app support, but I’d assume there was secondary issues I’m not too educated on

      StardevoirStardevoirأشهر قبل
    • Same. There was such a variety of hardware at the beginning - constrained by Microsoft's requirements but trying to think outside the box anyway. I feel like the later phones never really got highlighted in the way the peak Nokia devices did, so it would be interesting to look at them as the conclusion of that line.

      Love Make ShareLove Make Shareأشهر قبل
    • That would be interesting to learn about.

      AlexeyAlexeyأشهر قبل
  • The Nexus 6P blew my mind at the time. Was one of the best phones I ever had. It felt so high quality with all the metal and the fingerprintreader was awesome. Also you can't beat stock android.

    Alexander KAlexander Kأشهر قبل
    • Man I felt the same way at the time. I loved that phone. I remember the camera being stellar as well. Until one day it went into that boot cycle thing and was basically bricked. The same thing happened to my daughters as well

      Jason MacKenzieJason MacKenzie25 أيام قبل
    • nexus 5

      Shashi KumarShashi Kumar27 أيام قبل
    • lol pixels dont have stock android anymore. there are some pixel exclusive features now

      addiumaddium28 أيام قبل
    • One UI is pretty great too apart from the bloat (which you can delete) imo.

      Sinus LebastianSinus Lebastianأشهر قبل
  • The Nexus 5 was insane for the price. It just had a bad loudspeaker

    JackBauer137JackBauer137أشهر قبل
    • It came out in 2014 do you think their were any smartphones with good speakers best iphone was 6 and plus which are tr ash so stfu

      Charli Grace D’AmelioCharli Grace D’Amelio28 أيام قبل
    • When I think of android I think of Nexus 5. I feel like that design should have evolved challenge iPhone design language

    • @JackBauer137 true, but it seems the majority of the leaks center around it being directed towards India, considering that the a-class phones tend to go that way. I can hope so for our fellow tech enthusiasts, if they can just have a small sliver of the upgrades this phone offers it will be nice.

      loveableterrorloveableterrorأشهر قبل
    • @loveableterror the 6A won't be coming out until around August 2022

      JackBauer137JackBauer137أشهر قبل
    • my nexus 5 started bootlooping after 2 years of use. it used to get very hot while in use.

      Kai SizzlinkKai Sizzlinkأشهر قبل
  • I always considered the Moto X to be a "google phone." It felt like an early attempt to make what the pixel is today. A phone that runs google's version of skinned stock android. It felt different than what Samsung did with its skins. My wife's Samsung phones with Touchwiz always seemed to have unnessisary changes vs stock android that didn't improve functionality and often felt unintuitive when I had to help her with her phone.

    JobneyJobneyأشهر قبل
    • I considered the 5th generation moto x, disgustingly named the "2015 moto x pure/style edition", to be a refinement of the nexus 6. Owning that phone was truly amazing, until about a year and a half later when I realized that Motorola had no intentions of updating the software like google did. Regardless, the specs were even better than the nexus 6 and the software was still clean as a whistle like the nexus phone.

      Logan JamesLogan Jamesأشهر قبل
    • I agree with you guys. I loved that phone so much!

      AlexeyAlexeyأشهر قبل
    • I have moto edge 20 and it feels pretty googly

      Radosveta KinovaRadosveta Kinovaأشهر قبل
    • Agreed! I think a big reason for this is that Motorola was owned by Google during the Moto x era. A lot of what current phones use as standard were present in the Moto x. The "okay Google" and always on display were pioneered by Motorola with the Moto x and Google has incorporated it into all their stuff after that.

      Sassquatch571Sassquatch571أشهر قبل
    • Yeah, I also consider the first two Moto X and G phones to be Google phones. The second gen X and G were the first non-Nexus devices to ship the Google Now Launcher, which arrived in an OTA update.

      Yagya PariharYagya Pariharأشهر قبل
  • I‘d love to see a S-line version, especially with the … more interesting recent changes in the line up (going from cheap to high quality to partially cheap again over time)

    melinamelinaأشهر قبل
    • Åker till att det inte att det med mig så kan

      Linnea JonssonLinnea Jonsson26 أيام قبل
  • About year and a half ago had a chance to see and play for a while with the Nexus 6P. This phone was ahead of its time. Huge, almost unnecessarily huge. But combined with a nice display and software that still runs smoothly - there just something about it Just my two cents. Nice video Mr. Brownlee, cheers!

    1c2reative1c2reativeأشهر قبل
    • I have obamium syndrome

      King PistachionKing Pistachionأشهر قبل
  • I would love to hear your thoughts on the Palm Pre phone, Palm brand, and their Web OS software. The Palm Pre was suppose to be the iPhone killer. Their Web OS was actually brilliant but lacked any apps or App Store. I had this phone right before my first iPhone. It was the closet thing to an iPhone I was able to achieve at the time. Still a great phone. Pebble/organic design, compact, had a mirror on the back for selfies after you slid the screen up. It was shown in the TV show Heros as “the it phone”. Let’s not forget their CREEPY commercial though. Watch that with the lights on. It def had major flaws too. Sharp edge by the keyboard that would slice any finger, tiny tiny buttons, small screen (I didn’t mind then), and no store or processing power. Anyways, thank you for your consideration and for the time to read this if you did. I hope I will see a vid on this phone from you in the future.

    John McCracken JrJohn McCracken Jrأشهر قبل
    • Oh cmon, i looked them up, they werent that creepy! lol

      BabyCocoBabyCocoأشهر قبل
  • Love these. I'm in the market for a new phone and the Pixel is on top of my shortlist

    KatherineKatherineأشهر قبل
    • pixel 6 pro. you're welcome

      Lumina SpargoLumina Spargoأشهر قبل
    • @Makua Annon What update was that as I've got the phone and the fingerprint issues are still happening. Google have had to come out with a trusted screen protector list as so many aren't even working with the sensor.

      Diamond PandaDiamond Pandaأشهر قبل
    • @Diamond Panda fingerprint issues was fixed with an update. As for the curved edges... I haven't heard anything about it myself but I'd guess it has to do with not using a curved edge phone before. Its a matter of personal preference

      Makua AnnonMakua Annonأشهر قبل
    • There's also sacrifices, so you have to get what is best for you. I was about to pull the trigger on a 4A but I prefer to have headphone jack and expandable memory

      theherbpuffertheherbpufferأشهر قبل
    • @jerz.nate yeah the pixel 4XL is notorious for it's poor battery

      ETT MediaETT Mediaأشهر قبل
  • The Nexus 6 was easily one of my most favorite phones I've owned and even people who weren't tech enthusiasts loved the phone. One dude told me "Bro, that's a badass looking phone."

    Ross LemonRoss Lemonأشهر قبل
    • @Joshimitsu91 sucks. My Nexus 6p got stolen. I still miss the camera. 💔

      Noorain FouzanNoorain Fouzanأيام قبل
    • Favourite phone I've owned by far. Slowly died a death due to the firmware issue where cores were shut off when battery dropped below 50%. Then one day it dropped out of my pocket as I shut the car door and I crushed it. Gutted!

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  • I remember really wanted the 5X back in the day, but I was living in a different country where Google phones were generally hard to come by. Then I moved and got the 3a. Let's just say it was an essential phone, really happy with it. Then I got the Pixel 6, largely due to the sheer value of the phone. Kinda wish it's not as big as it is, but still very much happy with it. I like where Google is heading, expecting great things in the future.

    Vance TanVance Tanأشهر قبل
  • I absolutely loved my Nexus 4. I love the sparkly glass back so much I had to get a bumper case that was clear in the back. The screen was a little small but crystal clear and perfectly adequate for the time.

    phillip smithphillip smithأشهر قبل
  • Nostalgic to see all of these and enjoyed the video. I loved my Nexus 4 and really wanted to get the Nexus 6P but shied away because of its price. Now, I often really come close to buy a Pixel phone but never really ended up buying them. I think it was hugely because of the influence of Oneplus phones. I even tried an iPhones for 3 years. At the this point, I am content with a good value-for-money phones. I really have absolutely no issues with my 12GB RAM version of Oneplus Nord and a decent Samsung A series phone. I'd love to get the budget version of Pixel 6 to experience the Tensor chip. On the other hand, I had to move to Mac because of its M1 chip though I am a Windows user all my life. I already have an iPad because Apple make the best tablets. So, where does it take me now? Should I buy an iPhone, finally become the 'lamb' and bow towards the Apple ecosystem eventually? And, that's why I have high hopes for Google's Tensor chips for the future and a healthy competition.

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  • Shout to HTC. Look back at their flagship line up. People forget how important HTC has been to current smartphones. A lot of what you see today, HTC tried first. Not always great attempts but definitely a company that had flagships which made a huge impact on the industry.

    Brian JohnsonBrian Johnsonأشهر قبل
    • So unfortunate that they stopped making smartphones 😔

      Sam SSam S15 أيام قبل
    • @Teigh great phone. But I had camera issues with my M8. The 10 and u11 was a much better experience. The M7 was a nice flex at the time with front facing speakers and the bears logo haha

      Brian JohnsonBrian Johnson22 أيام قبل
    • The HTC One M8 is hands down the best phone I ever owned.

      TeighTeigh22 أيام قبل
    • That HTC was the shit fr fr

      Fred-DFred-Dأشهر قبل
    • @At Oussama it was way before it’s time. HTC did a lot of stuff early that didn’t work out but other companies perfected later on.

      Brian JohnsonBrian Johnsonأشهر قبل
  • I've owned most of these swapping to the galaxy series in between and I have to say the nexus phones were some of my favorites. Even though it's hilariously big the Nexus 6 has been my most overall loved phone I've ever had. 4XL was also far more useful than people think. Now that I have the Pixel 6 I have to say I'm probably not switching out anytime soon.

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  • Great video. Being a Google fan, I really appreciate the video. This also reminds me of the current Pixel 6 somewhat similar to the Nexus 6P with the camera bar.

    RTRTأشهر قبل
  • Having upgraded from a basic LG smartphone at the time to the Galaxy Nexus, I definitely fell in love with the pure, barebones android experience. I've had to settle on other, non-nexus non-pixel phones from time to time over the years depending on availability with my carrier (currently using a samsung S20 5G since my pixel 2 broke down and there were NO pixels available at the time). Honestly when my contract is over with this phone I'm really itching to go back to a pixel phone since I've always had extremely good experiences with google flagship phones. Hopefully by then the 6A is out and I can upgrade to that. Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 5, Pixel 2... All amazing phones and had I had my pick I'd have upgraded to another pixel phone right away.

    セラフセラフأشهر قبل
  • I've been using Android phones pretty much from the beginning. My first was the HTC Hero. I've been hooked every since. I really miss HTC... They use to make some of the best phones. I also miss the 'Google Play Edition' phones as well. Just imagine how cool it would be to have a Google Play Editon of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra for example.

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  • I'd love to see the story of HTC - a manufacturer that had quite a lot of success in the "Android" world and released one of the best smartphones ever "HTC One", but for some reason they got lost

    ChillgrooveRChillgrooveRأشهر قبل
    • The One really was something else for Android... To this day it'd be tough to find a phone that compares in terms of super high-end design, performance and just that extra bit of exclusive-cool that until then was basically apple's domain

      Hamza KhanHamza Khanأشهر قبل
    • @Shahab H yes and well htc was unable to compete with Chinese phone pricing. They gradually lost all segments of smartphone market

      Hamza AzamHamza Azamأشهر قبل
    • But for some reason? Well only one reason. China dominant market couldn't stand a Taiwanese company being one of the leaders in smartphone industry.

      Shahab HShahab Hأشهر قبل
    • Htc simply failed because of bad and/or no marketing. They made the best or one of the best phones in their time. Their phones were also priced on abit higher side.

      Hamza AzamHamza Azamأشهر قبل
    • Check Coldfusion, he has a super good video on the rise and fall of HTC (and Nokia, Blackberry and other giants that fell)

      Anders ToftAnders Toftأشهر قبل
  • That shot where you cycled through the phones in chronological order was awesome! So satisfying! I love watching your videos because the cinematography and audio are so good. I appreciate the effort you put into making these videos so polished. I would be interested in seeing some more videos about how you make your videos.

    Braden FoutsBraden Foutsأشهر قبل
    • That was sick. Definitely stood out to me, too.

      BabyCocoBabyCocoأشهر قبل
  • I love this video. It's like we're going down the timeline, checking out how Google Phones came to be. They definitely went thru ALOT of companies before they decided to make their own stuff 😂 I too remember the Nexus but I was young so I couldn't afford one. I still was excited at Google's development because every feature they made shifted how other phone companies changed their features and hardware. Galaxy S5 was my main drive once I was able to have a good stack of batteries and I waited to see if things would change for my next phone. My first Google phone and my first "bought for myself phone" was a Pixel 3a. I was so conflicted with buying the 3a XL but I already had a Galaxy S8 in my pocket, so made sense to get the smaller one so I don't look like I got bulgy pockets. I rocked that phone for a while. Loved the Google Assistant that screened phone calls for me. K.O.ed a lot of scam callers And now, I was comparing the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. I decided to go with the Pixel 5a since it was on sale from Google Store, and will wait for a good deal to come from my phone carrier 🤣

    GSSwordsmenGSSwordsmenأشهر قبل
    • Nice comment except for the unironic use of emoji.

      King PistachionKing Pistachionأشهر قبل
  • As a 1st time pixel owner of the p5, I'm glad to see the direction they are going. The p7 will be very interesting to see how they improve over the 6.

    ChadChad21 أيام قبل
  • Please make a video on every Samsung Galaxy S Series review video i watched both apple and this one

    Geek AbhishekGeek Abhishek22 أيام قبل
  • Ah, the good ol Nexus 6P.... Memories.

    JerryRigEverythingJerryRigEverythingأشهر قبل
    • Indeed

      ParticelyParticelyأشهر قبل
    • I can’t handle listening to this guy fake voice

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    • The video that i first watched on your channel

      JonasJonasأشهر قبل
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    • I too miss that phone

      Praveen JustinPraveen Justinأشهر قبل
  • I remember the HTC desire S, haha. My parents both had em unti eventually switching to whatever the current iphone was at the time, but i thought those phones were so cool. The desires we had were really well built, and HTC's whole UI experience was by far better than the competition at the time. It was definitely the first "premium" feeling phone i'd ever seen up until that point. (also, I think is the desire s but I'm not sure. It had really, really nice machining on the front facing camera and speaker grill, and it ran the android version where you could pull a ring up from the bottom to unlock

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  • I loved HTC. I had an HTC one m7 and it's still one of my favorite phones I've ever owned. Kind of sucks that they're no longer among the best Android phones out there.

    McGriddle69McGriddle69أشهر قبل
  • An HTC version of this would be really good too, actually just following the evolution of any one of the big phone companies wether they’re around or not now would be super interesting to watch “every ___ phone review” should be like a series

    Kshimone BardeyKshimone Bardey4 أيام قبل
  • Great work and research, Marques. I think the next should be the flagship line by HTC as they had so many bloody innovative and interesting smartphones. Really excited to see this one.

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  • Please do a Samsung version, I'd love to see how their smartphones have evolved to combat Apple's iPhones!

    Vansh TrivediVansh Trivediأشهر قبل
    • @The Behavior panel ▫️ stop trying to scam people you weirdo

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    • Mrwhostheboss already did that with the note and s series

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  • This has brought up so many memories to me. I remember flashing these Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs and they be super laggy on my huawei u8160 that shipped with Android 2.2 Froyo. I remember wanting the Nexus 4 so bad, I was only 12 so amazing to see how tech has gotten even from the short period of just a decade. Thanks for the quality content.

    Asser ZayedAsser Zayedأشهر قبل
  • Man the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4 were so 🔥. I also remember running all the different roms (CyanogenRom, Cobalt Rom etc.) and kernels on that thing, what a tank. The 4 was so beautiful for the time.

    E. RamirezE. Ramirezأشهر قبل
  • Would love to see a LG line up. They have been making phone since the beginning of android and made some pretty innovative stuff (Optimus 2x, P920, the modular G5).

    SilversmurferSilversmurferأشهر قبل
  • Would love to see a “The Birth and Death of LG”, had many friends that gave their phones a try and they never really ended up sticking with them. Wondering what finally took them out of the game.

    Joey RamirezJoey Ramirezأشهر قبل
    • I just came here to say... I have a high end LG phone that's about 2 years old. It was so fun and fascinating when it was new, and it absolutely STINKS now.

      Akosua NoelleAkosua Noelleأشهر قبل
    • LG are my favorite. I personally love that they always tried something new with every phone. They were never boring. A good chunk of phone innovations we have today were started by LG. I was hurt when they dropped the phone business.

      DjScribblezDjScribblezأشهر قبل
    • @Byzantine you realize those were entirely different products right?

      Matt CMatt Cأشهر قبل
    • @Matt C I had a G3 it was terrible. Screen was washed out and the UI was ugly. Just not a fan. To each their own.

      ByzantineByzantineأشهر قبل
    • The G2 was a great phone for the time. Had to replace the battery in mine after a while but aside from that, great form factor and the software wasn't as bad as some people claim.

      Matt CMatt Cأشهر قبل
  • Tu vídeo esta genial! Felicidades, personalmente he tenido el gusto más por las versiones de Android Stock y no las versiones modificadas como htc, LG y Samsung, etc. OnePlus pudo ser una opción con aosp pero ya he tenido Motorola con aosp y no fue una buena experiencia por la mala optimización del kernel. En México lamentablemente no se encuentra de manera oficial, solo con otros vendedores que algunas veces es más caro, quizá entre 300 USD más caro de lo que se vende en la web oficial. Ojalá que en algún momento podamos recibirlo de manera oficial y legal. Quien lo tenga, recomienda el Google pixel 6? O el 5a? Cuál es mejor?

    Mario BetamcourtMario Betamcourt18 أيام قبل
  • That was a really exciting evolution, thanks for sharing that. While more people like Galaxy, I feel like it's a mundane history, but OnePlus really went on a journey; I'd love to watch a review of that journey.

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  • I absolutely loved my nexus 6! Yes it was huge and that was awesome basically before the z fold this was how you could have a flagship phone that's almost a tablet too. I've had the Nexus 5x too and the 1,2 and 3XL Pixels so I'll be honest and say I'm very much a Google fanboy 😅

    LeGoogle ChromeLeGoogle Chrome19 أيام قبل
  • Nexus 4 and 5 were so amazing for me. I remember having the LG Optimus G and converting it to an N4 with LGNPST. Eventually got a real one tho. Also had the red N5, that absolutely was THE best phone I ever had.

    Cora TaylorCora Taylor16 أيام قبل
  • I loved my Nexus 6P and the Pixel 6 with the visor reminds me of that final non-Pixel phone. I am ordering the 6 Pro right now.

    Black Conservative PatriotBlack Conservative Patriotأشهر قبل
  • I loved my Galaxy Nexus. My first smart phone was the Samsung Captivate which I think was technically the S1. I used to upload custom rims and kernels myself. The coolest Android phone I probably every had was the Motorola Atrix with the laptop dock. I just switched to an iPhone from the Note 10+ and that’s because all the reasons I went with an Android aren’t real big anymore. I don’t overclock or sideload Roms anymore, not to mention expandable memory and headphone jacks are in the way out. Plus my family all have iPhones so now I can FaceTime my parents to talk to my kids. Androids will always hold a place in my tech heart. Lol.

    JarredJarredأشهر قبل
  • I have owned every one of these devices (even the tablets), except the G1/dream and the "a" série 🤓. Always came back to stock Android. Also, for the note, the Nexus One was one of the first to have a kind of "wireless" charger (with pin contacts) doubling as a media stand.

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  • An LG video world be cool. I loved the V series but towards the end LG really seemed to be the last ones trying to innovate in exciting hardware and they paid the ultimate price for it.

    Dilan FreemanDilan Freemanأشهر قبل
  • The Pixel 6 is amazing and I am considering getting it in part because it uses a lot of Samsung hardware. The screen, the Exynos variant chip, the camera module, etc. It looks like a Galaxy Note. Google software on Samsung hardware is the dream.

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  • Love these. I've owned the Nexus One and Nexus 4, and Pixels 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6. Hype to see them all back to back to back like this!

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    • @The Behavior panel ▫️ Lol WTF there is a bit

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    • Hmmm...I can't even remember them all:. G1, Nexus one, Nexus 4, 5, 6, Nexus 6p, pixel xl, pixel 2xl, pixel 4a, pixel 6... Plus G2, htc m1 and fam had to go my way, do we also had some Galaxy phones, thenthat customizable Motorola x, and the g, and pixel 3a. Early on I felt this was like the Amiga of smartphones, but they didn't die out, do ..

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    • @A.J. Ash I haven't had problems. In fact, I've been surprised by the battery life. The six could be my fave if all time, and I've had about half of the line. More, counting family

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  • I had the Nexus 5X which remains to be my most favorite phone I've had so far (bought it with discount tho). The camera was awesome and it was very comfortable to hold thanks to the low weight. Unfortunately, the motherboard died exactly two years after I purchased it, so just out of warranty. Since then, I've been rocking a Samsung A8 for nearly four years, and although a decent phone, it doesn't have the charm nor the camera the Nexus had.

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  • Great video (as always)! Would love to see one on Palm phones. Had a Pre Plus that I loved back in the day, and webOS was terrific/advanced for its time.

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  • I still remember using Pixel 2 (XL) and all my friends and people on social media being like whoa what is that camera?! They really pushed the boundary and set the stage with the leap is what it means to have an amazing camera phone

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  • I LOVED my Pixel 2 XL in panda, genuinely think it's going to be my nostalgia phone. The photos are amazing, and I'm still nominated to take photos in a group setting because they know I have a pixel. I now have a Pixel 4a, because I needed a phone quickly after the battery just bottomed out, and I know I'm going to be upgrading to the 6, I just love the phone, but the 4a is far too small compared to the 2XL and the 6 is much better suited for a person like me with reading glasses!

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  • I for one would be very interested in a deep dive into Sony’s line of flagships over time. I remember how well received the Xperia Z3 was at the time and how they slowly started doing worse and worse after that. Also how their naming scheme completely went off the rails 😂 If not that, HTC would also be very interesting, cause they genuinely tried for a while, but we all remember the U Ultra 😂

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    • The moment Sony and ericsson broke up that was it. Never seen their appeal and UI at all. Now with bigger stuff in it looks like their market keep getting niche by every model it produces.

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    • @Rawrrr 1. The highest Mark (roman) number is the latest. 2. The XZ2 came out in 2018 which was a full year before the S10 came out with the bezel-less design.

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    • @Pixels 1. Terrible naming. Idk which Sony is the latest. 2. Looks severely outdated compared to ALL of it's competition. Samsung & Apple were bezel-free a damn year before the XZ2 came out. That's enough. No matter how great the device itself is, those 2 points alone make it a hard sell.

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    • Yeah, the Xperia Z3 was regarded as GOD-TIER. They are THE GOAT back in the days.

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  • Love my Pixel 6 Pro. Also loved Pixel 4, even though no one else really did (battery was fine for me). Nexus 6p might have been my favorite Google phone at the time though. That was a beautiful phone that worked so well.

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  • Watching the different phones and UIs brings back so many memories 😁

    Roel M. MataRoel M. Mata15 أيام قبل
  • My first smartphone was the HTC Desire HD. I really loved the phone and would have continued down the HTC road but Samsung came along with the S4 and I became hooked. I have only owned four smartphones: the HTC, Galaxy S4, S7 and my current 3 year old S9. I am very tempted by the Pixel 6 Pro at the moment. I have looked at the Xperia 5 III, Galaxy S21, Galaxy Z flip 3 and even iPhone 13 but I keep being drawn back to the Pixel Pro 6. I take lots of photos and very few videos, like to download audio books and music for playback through Bluetooth headphones, make may calls and spend too much down time on AR-too. Thoughts Marcus?

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  • I was a proud owner of a Nexus 6P. It felt so premium! The stereo speakers were amazing , everyone was asking which phone was that?! It really felt different. It felt like an upgrade. I have to say that I haven't felt so excited about a phone ever since. Now there all just about the same.. (not talking about flips and folds) with minor alterations.. I was hoping to get the pixel 6pro this year but in Greece the prices are ridiculously high! It's coming at about 1,200€ . Miss the good old days where you could get a flagship in a reasonable price!

    Anastasia BastaAnastasia Basta29 أيام قبل
  • I’d love to see a series like this for HTC. I know they aren’t really around anymore and their last flagship was released in 2018 but they have been so influential with phones like the HD2, the M8 and so many others. I just think it would be really fun to see how they evolved over time.

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    • I would even say to do a video of the cases that HTC made and those that are similar to it. The Dot View case and the one that came after it were awesome!

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    • @iletyoucallmestevesyThe U11 was one of the best phones I've owned. Great hardware and software. Squeezable sides still worked. 3.5 years and I recently upgraded to the Pixel 6

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    • Technically... google phone these days are the true successors of the HTC flagship. Google basically bought the HTC mobile phone division and it's R&D team.

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    • HTC Hero 💖 One of the best phones I’ve ever had, and so much better ergonomics than the bricks we have now!

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    • M8 my vote for best phone ever. HTC One Max was ahead of the market 😆

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  • Loved the Google Pixel 2xl, it was definitely peak smartphone for me, It was my first smartphone and I remember comparing the iPhone x to the 2xl and deciding to get the pixel💗. Still regret not getting the panda finish. I upgraded to a new phone last year but still have the 2xl and love using it from time to time.

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  • Would have loved to know how well google did on sales for each iteration of the google phones

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  • Having owned 4 different versions of the Galaxy S line, I'd love a retrospective on those

    Dakota SutskoDakota Sutskoأيام قبل
  • Absolutely would love to see a Galaxy S video! Especially the weirdness with the S1 and S2 and how carriers in the US still required "unique" phones with different styles and names. The Galaxy S3 was the first really HUGE Android phone that was unified in name and branding and design, something that truly stood up to iPhone.

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  • Can't believe I spent half an hour watching what is essentially a phone documentary. Great job!

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    • I just fell a sleep in my chair

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    • That's the beauty of a well produced video and a presenter that knows what he/she is doing. Anything can be interesting if it's packaged in the right way.

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    • to be honest! And it didn't even feel like half an hour. Was so immeresed into the content

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  • I remember most of these when they came out. I remember not having money but finally got a Nexus 5 shortly after it came out. Then years later upgraded to Pixel 2 XL. Been using that since 2017. I'm thinking of getting the Pixel 7 if they continue down the route of the 6. And if the price is right.

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  • I had a Nexus One back in the day, in fact I still have it because I kept it so long it wasn't worth much when I upgraded. The trackball was neat, but RGB led in the trackball was next level at the time. I had green for messages, blue for Facebook, and red for emails. Also had a massive extended battery that I could put on it that would last me over two days so I could charge my regular battery and big battery before a weekend trip, and not even both with bringing a charger.

    Nate MehlNate Mehl20 أيام قبل
  • The OG Pixel is still my favorite smartphone to this day. It just did everything right and it’s the smartphone I kept the longest.

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  • I love the way Google Pixel 1 looks, its just so amazing and unique

    Danish AnsariDanish Ansariأشهر قبل
  • I just watched the waveform podcast where he discusses this video. One thing was the bootloop issues back in the day. It made me realize how feed up I am with Google QC. I've been using Android since the Nexus one. I've had Nexus S, Nexus 4, Nexus 5x, Pixel, and Pixel 3. My pixel 3 died of battery bloating. I hate to say it was probably my last Google phone now I am considering an iPhone after all these years.

    Barry JenningsBarry Jenningsأشهر قبل
  • Great one. Loved the review on line of Google phones.Please carry on with Motorola, HTC, OnePlus, Huawei, Samsung and Sony.

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  • I had Nexus 6P and Pixel 2. Pixel 2 still rocks after a battery change. Love to see what Pixel 6A brings.

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  • This is awesome, I haven't had many smartphones in my life, but all of them have been my dad's old google phones. The nexus 5x was AWESOME (until I ran into the boot loop thing) and my current pixel 2, other than the terrible battery (due to hard use) is THE BEST phone I've owned

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  • The story of Sony Ericsson, the Walkman phone were fantastic. And Nokia incredible innovators with massive market share, made the smallest phone I ever owned and now have transitioned into obscurity.

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    • i had two models of the walkman phone. they were soo dope at the time.

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    • Yeeeeeeaaa the Sony-Xperia-Ericsson-idk phone recopilation

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    • My last non-smarphone was Sony W880i.

      Indra RiswandiIndra Riswandiأشهر قبل
    • Man, phones were more fun back on the day. I loved the Sony Ericsson phones and the headphones that came with them were mind blowing, compared to the competition.

      Benjamin KaramBenjamin Karamأشهر قبل
    • Sony is huge on audiophile market and they made some pretty nice other IoT as well.

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  • That G1 brought back so many memories. That was my first official “android phone”. It was amazing

    Keeron FloresKeeron Floresأشهر قبل
  • Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and the Pixel 5 are my favourite Google phones. I LOVE the more basic design of the N5 and P5 (especially the P5, it's my daily driver today and an absolute tank of a phone). I hope the 7 or atleast the 7A have similar designs once they are released. The sooner glass-backed phones are eradicated from the face of the earth, the better.

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    • @Hristo D The weight and feel of the P5 is excellent imo, it's heavy enough to feel solid but not cumbersome, and the grip feels great due to the relatively small screen and textured plastic. I've dropped mine a few times without a dent, but obviously that's just luck and YMMV. Battery life is among the best I've experienced in a smartphone, easily lasts me through an average day. Only real complaint is that the fingerprint scanner is cranky as hell and outright refuses to work at times

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    • That's the one thing I miss the most about my Nexus 5 nowadays, the ruggedness. Light plastic build, great grip, not having to worry that much about your phone. Does the Pixel 5 feel comparable in that regard, and is the battery good enough?

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  • Because everyone here is so nostalgic for the Nexus line I have add my 2 cents about how terrible the 5X was in retrospect. Terrible speaker, terrible battery, massive hardware issues because LG apparently couldn't properly solder their SoCs. White back plate turned yellow and brown, something I've never seen anywhere else. Motorola Moto G2 and Xiaomi Poco F1 before and after were both way more durable and better balanced.

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  • Man, I remember the Nexus One. I think that phone pulled me away from a jailbroken iPhone 3GS at the time. I remember that wallpaper haha. Then I remember the hours and hours I spent on ROMs. Then the Nexus 5, I still have one somewhere at home. That was a killer phone at that time. Lackluster camera though, I remember that. Overall though that was a great stroll down memory lane. I probably had most of those phones at some point, all with random Roms at some point etc all the way up to Pixel 2. Now I rock an iPhone and couldn't be happier.

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  • Fantastic video, very nostalgic. I feel like OnePlus story has been covered in various capacities already in recent videos (e.g. "What happened to OnePlus"). A history of Samsung especially with the awful TouchWiz to the great One UI would be very interesting.

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    • Goodness, Marquez would probably take around a whole season of Retro tech just trying to cover all the Galaxy devices lol.

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  • I think you really short change the pixel 5. I get that it's not the most exciting piece of hardware for a tech reviewer to get their hands on but for everyday users it has been a real bright spot in the Google phone experience history

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  • I still use my pixel 2 and it holds up pretty well. I've had it for nearly four years now and while my friends had to replace theirs (some even twice!). I'm considering upgrading to the new pixel 6 pro, but this has definitely been my favourite smartphone ever.

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  • 21:09 I laughed out loud and startled everybody on the bus I was travelling on!🤣 I've heard people commenting that the 6A will also have a Tensor chip inside, but what I think should be done, is that It should have a plastic body, maybe some bezels, maybe the Pixel 4-5A camera look, a Snapdragon 865 SoC, and 18W charging. I really hope this set of features keeps it's price as low as possible. Oh, main and ultrawide cameras with 12 MP resolutions each.

    obli vionobli vion27 أيام قبل
  • Interesting with the software slowing down over time. I was about to get the Pixel 4A because Mi just got too buggy so wanted to prevent that. Went with Galaxy A52 instead, hopefully the software will be smooth for a few years.

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  • Considering the last pixels (a versions) have been so good, you should totally make a video on what old phones we can still use in 2021. It will not only help sell those old phones but will encourage recycling…

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    • @Tolly56 Don’t get me wrong, the pixel 2 was amazing for its time. But google coming out with their own SoC with the 6 is the best thing they’ve done ever since the nexus. Pixels were held hostage because of Qualcomm and pretty much fall apart after 3 software updates. While Apple is still managing to update the iPhone 6s to iOS 15 after 7 years. Buying a pre tensor pixel is a gigantic waste of money.

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    • @sylvian blade i am using one plus 7 since it was launched and has literally 0 issues so far. It has performed so much better than expected. If OnePlus still made good phones, i would have definitely bought them

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    • @sylvian blade I have been using a google pixel 2 since release and have only just got the pixel 6 because my 2 got crushed. It worked like it was brand new even though it hadn't had updates for nearly 2 year. If I didn't break it I see no reasons why I should stop using it.

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    • 100%

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    • @sylvian blade I heard A12 fixes shitton of stuff for pretty much every issues that exist on A11 and not just on Pixel as well

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  • Interesting to see the history of Google phones go back that far. I'd hear some things about them back in mid 2010s but never had much interest since I'm a Samsung kind of guy. Now that my A20 died I've been using the Pixel 6 and boy does it have some neat features.

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  • I feel so old anytime I watch these types of videos. But still, keep 'em coming!

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  • Great video. Drooled over the Nexus OG. Had the g1, another T-Mobile HTC from the early days. Nexus 5. Nexus 5a. Pixel 2xl. Pixel 3a. Pixel 4a and now the pixel 6. What a ride.

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  • Definitely the Galaxy S series being the main competitor to the iPhone throughout the years. And maybe a 'the ones that didn't make it' for the great Android phones of yesteryear and how some of the now defunct brands such as LG and HTC made their own mark on the smartphone industry with some of the great hardware tech and features they tried to push which now have been incorporated elsewhere.

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  • Marques is one of the few AR-toors who can make a 30 min long video and not bore you.

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    • ya'll fell for a bot lol

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    • @D Gupta same!

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    • Didnt even realise until i read this comment that it was a 31+ min video

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  • I had the shamu nexus 6 for years and I loved it. It was massive though. I’m 6’3” and it still turned heads. I went to the pixel 2 after and regretted not getting the 2 XL.

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  • after the nexus 6p i floated around due to google becoming more bland and hearing all the issues about the pixels slowing downn until i was able to get a oneplus 6t and moved on to the 8t and man they are so much better than the pixels i'm glad i never moved on from the nexus line to the pixels. Although the pixel 6 is very alluring due to the more unique build and the jump back to the roots i believe

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  • Owned a Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 6 (my favorite) and a 6P. Loved them all. Now I'm waiting for my Pixel 6 Pro to come. Going back to Google for the first time since the 6P and I can't wait.

    James SarnoJames Sarnoأشهر قبل
  • Nexus4 was one of my first smartphones and I still look back fondly on it.

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  • The nexus 4 was an absolutely gorgeous phone, I wanted one so badly but was too young at the time. Stunning design, and the snapdragon S4 pro in it was an absolute beast for the time. Definitely the one that got away for me in terms of phones. Never wanted a phone so much. Hell, even now.

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    • @bootie- I miss those day and I got introduced to the rooting world and custom room with HTC wildfire

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    • It was a lovely phone to have for sure.

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    • Same for me! But I wanted the pixel 6 pretty damn bad & luckily got one before they sold out

      Louis MestaLouis Mestaأشهر قبل
    • I LOVED my Nexus 4. Just a beautiful phone. It was sturdy too, I dropped it about 30 feet onto concrete in it's standard "side bumper" case it came with. It was 100% fine not even a scratch. I did eventually break the front screen when I dropped it directly into a small rock, but I replaced the screen/digitizer myself for pretty cheap. Custom roms and random Tasker automaton stuff.... What good times.

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    • the good old days of when flashing custom roms was fun

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  • Brilliant! There is still a long way for Google to master both chip, hardware and software but they are getting there.

    Laurent DLaurent D23 أيام قبل
  • Great video; I feel you should do one on the Galaxy S series....... I feel that's THE Android phone every year which takes the fight to Apple. It's like the Apple and the Samsung phones rule the roost of flagship smartphones and the S/Note series represent the Android camp and put forward their case the strongest against the Apple side.

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  • This video and channel is amazing and the amount of knowledge and love that you have for these phones is admirable, but you and your videos could be benefited with good background music. Just a piece of advice, dude 😉

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  • Very interesting! The subject, but also your style of presenting. The best. I would love to see the history of Samsungs galaxy S.

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  • One correction. The nexus 4 technically did have LTE hardware, however they never opened up the use to it in the software. You could do it yourself (which I did) and then have LTE.

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    • This was the key difference that had me using the Nexus 4 for over 2 years. The band-4 LTE was even better than the Nexus 5 that I ended up getting.

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    • Also, the 4 was identical, hardware wise, to the first LG G series phone (not called the G....I think the name was written out). As I recall, flashing a custom recovery was not possible at the time, but you could flash the stock Nexus 4 ROM to the LG G1, and it would work out of the box.

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    • Yes I actually remember the same thing! I followed the steps back then from XDA and it had great LTE back then

      Ahmed KassemAhmed Kassemأشهر قبل
    • YUP! I was slinging phones for a T-Mobile franchisee when this phone dropped and I fell in love instantly! I made sure to know all about it because it was the only phone I would try to push out the door…Damn I miss that phone! Funny story, it was my go to for torrenting files from the wild!

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    • @Alex May interesting

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  • This could be a new series of it's own. Remembering the history of the most iconic phone series. LG G series, Galaxy S series, Galaxy Note series, etc.

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  • So, the way I was told about Google phones and their working in general. There was a team who were dedicated on creating this so called pure google experience phone and this team were given full liberty to explore and create however they want to. This team created the Nexus 6P the P here stood for Pixel and was a sign that the next phone will be pure google and a shift from the Nexus branding. The Nexus 6P again was created with a very interesting look and feel which I will get back to in a bit. As we all know the Nexus 6P was the best Nexus phone we saw and had the android fans go crazy. Now this team already had everything ready for the final and First ever Google Phone, the Google Pixel! Everyone was super hyped and the specs were the best and overall made the android fans stay more loyal. Now due to some internal issues and politics this team were sent at the back to do more research and as Marques correctly pointed out there were told to make a Google based chip and phone and OS and a lot more, so due to which you can see a steady downfall in the kind of quality and phones we got post the Google Pixel. Soon yet and purely coincidentally the 6th version was assigned to this team once again and if you look very closely they chose the best way to comeback, just like how there was a story for the name Google Nexus 6P (where P was a start for Pixels) they thought to themselves what better way then to tell the world they are back and have tons of things in handy they took the same design from the Nexus 6P, changed it a bit and retained the camera bar and Boom! Came the Pixel 6 with the Google Chip. If things go just as this team has planned, then we are in a treat next year, the amount of ideas these guys have been working on is insanely crazy and wild and guaranteed to get those loyal android and google fans back on their toes! Fun fact the rumoured Google Watch is also designed and made by this same team, so you can imagine the extent to which these guys are willing to go!!!

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    • I did not know that! If thats the case, then pixel 7 should be a home run. Youre right, I still look back at nexus 6p and 5 as my favorite android phones. My nexus 5 still works to this day! The only issue is not enough storage :D

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  • The Nexus 6P was my first Google Phone. To this day, one of my favorites and the camera was amazing. Sadly the battery died and I could never use it again. Now I’m waiting for my Google Pixel 6Pro, and hopefully I love it as much as the Nexus.

    Andy IbanezAndy Ibanezأشهر قبل
  • I almost got the Nexus 6p back in the day. Still kind of wish I had, but the OnePlus 5 I got instead was awesome as well. I am currently using the Pixel 2 XL, and I have grown to like it. It isn't amazing, and I don't like the size. The best thing about it is definitely the camera. The Pixel 4 is my favorite looking Pixel for sure.

    Daniel NewtonDaniel Newtonأشهر قبل
  • One of the most underrated phones was the Pixel 3. The awkward choices that Google made for the Pixel 3 XL really overshadowed what a slam dunk the Pixel 3 was. It had everything you could possibly want in a phone at the time. Dual front facing stereo speakers, two selfie cameras, regular and ultra wide, a single perfect main camera, and probably the best thing about it, it was the last phone to have a standard bezel. No notch, no hole punch, just a normal damn screen.

    isbeyisbeyأشهر قبل
    • I was using a pixel 3 up until a few days ago. I loved that phone. The USB port died mid way through it's life so I could only charge it wirelessly. It could take a fall to. Up until September 2021. It slipped out of my pocket getting out of the car. Shattered the back. After that I started having Bluetooth issues which made me notice how bad the battery life had gotten. How hot the back got when I took a panorama photo. It was time to retire.

      ZachZach16 أيام قبل
    • I have it rn, if it wasnt for the awful battery life I would keep it for as long as possible. The little things about this phone make it great, the squeeze for assistance the haptic engine and the swipe down of the fingerprint sensor to bring down the notification tab and the great software

      Daniel NiuDaniel Niu25 أيام قبل
    • Yeah, still using the Pixel 3. If it had a headphone jack and a bigger battery, it would be perfect.

      Insert cool name laterInsert cool name later28 أيام قبل
    • I agree. They need to bring back the dual front facing speakers. I don't mind the chin and forehead bar. Edge to edge screen with the dumb camera cutout is stupid. The bar makes it easier to hold the phone in landscape for gaming.

      Ngoc Thach NguyenNgoc Thach Nguyenأشهر قبل
    • @LUL my comment never posted, wtf. It was an app called Nacho notch

      MysticMicrowaveMysticMicrowaveأشهر قبل
  • My first android phone was a Nexus S, which was the Samsung Galaxy S1 with Google/Nexus Philosophy built-in. It was nice how far android has come since then. Currently rocking Note 20 Ultra atm.

    Kevin GarciaKevin Garcia2 أيام قبل