Most reports detailing Google’s Nexus plans for 2015 mention two distinct devices, a 5.2-inch LG Nexus 5 and a 5.7-inch Huawei Nexus phablet. It’s not clear yet why Google decided to make two Nexus handsets this year, but we’ve found one possible explanation that you may not have considered before. More →
Android fans who are interested in buying new Nexus devices probably know that Google might do things a little differently this year. The company is expected to launch two distinct Nexus handsets, including a reasonably sized LG Nexus 5 (2015) and a Huawei Nexus phablet.
Now, some interesting details about the latter have been posted online by a former leaker. More →
Google is largely expected to launch two Nexus smartphones this year, something the company has never done in the past. According to many unconfirmed reports, LG and Huawei have been chosen to create the devices, which include a 5.2-inch smartphone and a larger 5.7-inch phablet.
A new report indicates that Huawei might indeed be the first Chinese company to partner with Google on new Nexus Android phones, and it tells us when we can expect the new device to be released. More →
The rumor frenzy surrounding Google’s upcoming new Nexus phone continues, as new details emerge about one of the two Nexus handsets that will supposedly launch this fall. Earlier rumors have suggested that both Huawei and LG are working on their own next-gen Nexus handsets, with the former model said to be the bigger handset of the two.
Multiple rumors originating from China have claimed that Huawei might be one of the companies shortlisted by Google to make its 2015 Nexus smartphone. Others said that two smartphone makers will release new Nexus handsets this year, noting Huawei and LG as the possible candidates. A new report now indicates that for the first time ever, Google may indeed launch two Nexus smartphones this year, with LG likely making the Nexus phone many fans wanted to see released alongside Motorola’s Nexus 6. More →
A new report from China reinforces an older series of rumors that said a Chinese Android smartphone maker would make one of the upcoming Nexus 6 successors. In fact, the report claims that the device will be manufactured by Huawei with some key help from Korean consumer electronics titan Samsung. More →
The Apple Watch might be the most important smartwatch hitting stores in the coming weeks, but there are also other compelling devices to consider. In fact, many recent Android Wear designs have proven that Apple’s competitors can definitely come up with some interesting watch concepts of their own, with one of them in particular stealing the show at MWC last month. More →
A series of reports originating from China have revealed that Huawei might be one of the companies chosen to build the next Nexus smartphone for Google. Even if that hasn’t been confirmed by either Google or the Chinese company, more reports continue pouring in from the region that have revealed more purported details about the upcoming Google Nexus phone. More →