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Nexus 6P Rises From Google Pixel's Stuggle From Global Impact

Apr 14, 2017 03:46 AM EDT

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Some of the latest details regarding the Nexus 6P suggests that it could face a revival of the Nexus brand in the following days. As it was tested in an Android O preview, fans of the phone believe that it is the best one in the series. They also believe that it could triumph, the Google Pixel after it struggles from retaining its global popularity.

In an article published in PC-Tablet. there are numerous reasons why Google would not retire the Nexus 6P. The latest update shows that the Android O preview had some few changes like the setting menu, more attractive appearance, new interface on the battery, and a Sleep Menu.

With the roll out of the Android O preview of Nexus 6P, it was also revealed that the Nexus 6P and Pixel devices have reportedly migrated to SDCardFS of the new mobile operating system. Part of the changes was made under the hood, with the in-kernel FUSE being replaced with the SDCardFS.

This change of in-kernel to SDCardFS could mean that the Nexus 6P and the other devices of Google will reduce I/O overhead on external storage's operations performance. It could double caching elimination from the page cache and odd PC file transfer error elimination.

What could this mean more? This change in the Nexus 6P is considered as a major leap by tech experts, as it was not observed in the Android Nougat update before.

Meanwhile, the Google Pixel is still struggling to get more customers as more people are coming back to the Nexus 6P. As much as the company puts the phone in the limelight marketing it as "made by Google," people would still prefer the Nexus 6p.

What could be the reason? Various reports suggest that the considered premium Google smartphone is struggling from global popularity issues as it was opposite to what is happening with the Nexus 6P.

In an article published in BGR, the low sales of the Google Pixel could be attributed to its price of $650 for the based-models, unlike the Nexus 6P which starts $499. In addition, users also faced some audio issues, making the problem attributed not to the hardware but to the software.

What do you think about the Nexus 6P's incoming success and the struggle of Google Pixel? Tell us in the comments section below.

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