Operation Nexus - Netflix

Posted by Editor on Wed 26 June 2019

Operation Nexus centers on the courageous but nowhere near perfect members of NYPD's Counter Terrorist Unit, the largest municipal anti-terrorist division in the world.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Operation Nexus - Nexus 6 - Netflix

The Nexus 6 (codenamed Shamu) is a phablet co-developed by Google and Motorola Mobility that runs the Android operating system. The successor to the Nexus 5, the device is the sixth smartphone in the Google Nexus series, a family of Android consumer devices marketed by Google and built by an original equipment manufacturer partner. Nexus 6 along with HTC Nexus 9 served as the launch devices for Android 5.0 “Lollipop”. The Nexus 6's design and hardware is very similar to that of the second-generation Moto X, which was released around the same time, with the Nexus 6 being larger and having higher specs while running stock Android.

Operation Nexus - Release - Netflix

The Nexus 6 was unveiled on October 15, 2014, with pre-order availability since October 29, 2014, and a delivery date in early November. Off-contract pricing in the United States was US$649 for the 32 GB model and US$699 for the 64 GB model. The Nexus 6 was available through Google Play Store, Motorola Mobility, Best Buy, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon Wireless in the United States. In November 2014, availability was announced for 12 other countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The AT&T version is SIM-locked, with tethering disabled until a fee is paid to enable it, and comes with custom ringtones. On January 26, 2015, Motorola (now a subsidiary of Chinese firm Lenovo) announced that a similar device would be released in China, named Moto X Pro; it excludes Google services and applications, but still runs a similarly stock version of Android. On April 22, 2015, it was announced that the Nexus 6 would be the only phone then supported by Google's new Project Fi venture. Following the September 2015 release of the Nexus 6's successor, the Nexus 6P, Google stopped selling the Nexus 6 on the Play Store in December 2015. Google has a stated policy of at least two years of software updates and three years (or 18 months after the last sale date on the Play Store, whichever is longer) of security updates. The Nexus 6 had guaranteed software updates through October 2016 and security patches through October 2017, however, Google announced that the Nexus 6 will receive the Android 7.1 update. This update was initially expected in December 2016, but it was delayed until January 5, 2017 due to a “last minute bug”. In January 2017, Google announced that the Nexus 6, along with the Nexus 9 tablet, won't receive the 7.1.2 Nougat update, making 7.1.1 the last major software update from Google themselves. However, the phone will continue to receive monthly security patches while retaining the last major Android version received until October 2017.

Operation Nexus - References - Netflix