The recent line up by the Google is a rare insight into the strategies and paths that the company will undertake in the coming year. And when a company like Google shows you its plans, you immediately open up all your senses and pay attention. Now this particular group of Nexus devices are not just a display of how well-designed and powerful Google can create its products, it also tells you what will happen to Android in the near future.
Google has defined diversity in a very different fashion with the Nexus devices which are joined at the core and yet successfully maintain their own unique features. The craze for bigger screens and phablets has not been lost on this giant, and the company has very well recognised its importance in the future electronic world. Wanting to give you the entire Web experience on your mobile device, Google, with faithful Android right by its side has further increased the screen size of Nexus 6 challenging its rival Apple, who is still struggling to catch up on the size debate.
For the chipsets, Google did have a range of options with respect to cost and quality. However, rejecting the low cost makers from Taiwan and China, like Mediatek, Rockchip, and Allwinner; the company decided to opt for all American makes with high quality, namely Qualcomm, Tegra, and Intel. While the Nexus 6 carries a Qualcomm processor, the Nexus 9 on the other hand has Nvidia Tegra, and 64-bit Intel chip was the one chosen for the Nexus Player.
To tackle its rival Samsung, Google has opted to challenge South Korean company with high end specifications just like the chipset selection, by getting names like HTC, LG, Asus, and Lenovo on board. However in the field of televisions and games console, Google is still trying and mostly failing to conquer the living room battles.