Google unveiled a new version of the HTC One running the so-called ‘Nexus’ experience, or a stock version of Android without any themes, skins or additional apps developed by the OEM, at the D11 conference in California. Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President for Android, Chrome and Google Apps at Google, confirmed the new smartphone following the unveiling of a ‘Google Edition’ Samsung Galaxy S4 at the company’s I/O annual developer conference earlier this month. “Part of what we’re going to do is actively work with partners to make [the best customer experience] happen,” Pichai said. “At I/O, we announced the Galaxy S4 with the experience you see on Nexus devices, Google’s take on Android. That’s a small step in the right direction.” Pichai then proceeded to pull out the new HTC one running the latest version of stock Android, version 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean).