But LG's modularity is far more limited if your question is how are they different. Ara's original design had more range. You could replace everything with a module, including the screen. You could have twice as much battery as someone else's configuration (sacrificing other components). You could choose not to have a camera to make room for external storage. The sky was the limit.
It just doesn't seem feasible :P
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I actually was trying very hard to get a Nexus 6 when it first came out, even tho the price is on the pricer end for a nexus lineup. I managed to get an order via Google play but end up cancelling it. I believe I went with the OnePlus One if my memory serves me right.
I snagged the Nexus 6 a year after its release during Amazon's fire sale. $260 for 64GB. One of the better deals I ever snagged. When the Nexus 4 had its fire sale a year after launch, the 16GB version was $250. So even though the N6 retailed a lot higher at launch, it finished its run with quite a bargain.
When the Nexus 4 had its fire sale a year after launch, the 16GB version was $250. So even though the N6 retailed a lot higher at launch, it finished its run with quite a bargain.
There's an underpowered Idol 4s running Android and the Windows version, which is pretty solid specwise (Snapdragon 821/4GB RAM/64GB storage/MicroSD slot). The lack of apps can be annoying for some but I have 90% of what I need on it.
That Nexus 4 fire sale wasn't much of a sale i got an Nexus 4 about 6 months after launch for $200+tax.That phone lasted me over 2 years.
Biggest problem Google has with the Pixel phones is most people who want one can't even buy one. You buy from Google you get on a wait list and then a few weeks later they start filling new orders and forget that you were on the waitlist. Go to your carrier (unless its big red) and they send you to Google. And its an expensive flagship phone.
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