Poll: Has LG really been the best Nexus partner?

Poll: Has LG really been the best Nexus partner?
Earlier today, Google praised LG by calling the company "the best partner for us in engineering the Nexus smartphones". That's probably not the boldest statement ever, since Google and LG have partnered on three Nexus smartphones. Besides LG, only Samsung has partnered with Google more than once on a Nexus phone.

LG has been the partner for the most successful Nexus devices - the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 - as well as the new Nexus 5X. However, the Nexus lineup goes beyond just phones. HTC was the partner for the Nexus One phone, but also the Nexus 9 tablet. Samsung made the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus phones, but also made the Nexus 10 tablet. Asus was the partner for the Nexus tablets in 2012 and 2013, as well as the Nexus Player Android TV device. And, Motorola has the odd distinction of making both the Nexus 6 and the only device to premier a new version of Android without bearing the Nexus name - the Xoom tablet - because the Xoom premiered the only version of Android to never see AOSP - Honeycomb. The hardest of all to judge is going to be Huawei because the Nexus 6P hasn't made it to customer hands yet, though it does appear to have the most premium build of any Nexus device so far. 

Now, we can't really speak to which company was the best engineering partner. We'll have to trust Google on that one. But, we can put out the question to you: which company do you think has made the best Nexus devices?


Who was the best Nexus partner?

HTC (Nexus One, Nexus 9)
4.84%
Samsung (Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 10)
7.91%
LG (Nexus 4, 5, 5X)
69.66%
Motorola (Nexus 6, *Xoom)
6.92%
Asus (Nexus 7, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus Player)
3.56%
Huawei (Nexus 6P)
7.11%

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