Nexus Phones and the Pure Android OS
If you’re selling a Nexus, Nexus S, or Nexus 4, you likely know that this lineup of phones has been tagged
as the “pure Android” or “Google” version of Android smartphones. This is because manufacturers (such as
Samsung or LG) and carriers (T-Mobile, Sprint, etc.) are not allowed to make modifications to the interface.
These Nexus phones are also the first devices to get system updates when they become available. These features
help Nexus phones retain their resale value.