According to the latest news, the Android creator is working on a Google Live Support app, which would share the display of your next Nexus phone. Any support is good, but live one is amazing.
Buying a Nexus from Google is quite an interesting experience, you know. Just when it’d arrive is also murky, and that’s presuming it happens at all. Sometimes live support is just a promise, like in the case of Android Silver program that was supposed to offer live support. That useful idea has never been materialized? So, with that in mind, we can only dream a bit now, just in case. But leaked app visuals suggest that this isn’t just a theoretical exercise from Google. The programmers are really intended to make the life of its Nexus phones’ users easier.
Regarding a price of live support. Seems to be just cheaper to get Nexus hardware, in other words — you’d get a special experience that gives rookies a reason to pick a Nexus besides the low price or pure Android.