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For the Nexus 6, Google needs the carriers

Yesterday, Google officially announced the Nexus 6, the latest in its line of “pure” Android smartphones. The Nexus 6 carries the familiar Nexus badge and acts as the flagship device for the new Android 5.0 Lollipop platform. That’s not a big change from the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 before it, but the Nexus 6 is different in other ways: the Nexus 6 starts at $649 for the unlocked model, a significant jump from the $349 that the older models cost. On paper, the Nexus 6 appears to justify that higher price tag: it’s a 6-inch behemoth of a phone with an exceptionally high resolution screen and a cutting edge processor. It will also likely have better materials and a better build quality than the all-plastic Nexus 5. But that puts the Nexus 6 in…

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