The Nexus family has always be considered as the pure perfect experience on Android, to some they even are like the iPhone of Android as you will ger update longer than anyone else.


Well, that will not longer be the truth as now you’ll for how long your phone can be update to the next OS version, also known as “end of life” (which is kinda dramatic as the phone will continue working fine and everything)

Now Google’s support website will show you that date, and for some the info is not really welcome:

Nexus 5X: September 2017
Nexus 6P: September 2017
Nexus 9: October 2016
Nexus 6: October 2016
Nexus 5: October 2015
Nexus 7 (2013): July 2015
Nexus 10: November 2014

According to google your Nexus devices will be updated to the curent Android version for at least two years and will get Security patches for at least three.

From when was first sold in the page or 18 months after the last time it was sold.

What are you thoughts on this? Are you still rocking a Nexus of old? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us to join the conversation.




3 thoughts on “Now you can see the “end of life” date for Nexus devices. #Nexus #Update #Android”
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  2. I will continue to use the Nexus 6P. One thing I don’t like about it is, my PC can’t read the files on the Nexus 6P even when connected with a USB wire. It makes me not want to recommend it to people. I might do a video review about that, as well as a few minor annoying things about it. Hardware wise, it feels solid and premium and looks great. I can’t operate it with one hand; it’s too big. So all these minor things add up to an imperfect experience.

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