Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Prime Day Fire TV Deals
    12:56 Deals

    Amazon’s early Prime Day smart TV deals are unreal, including a 70″ 4K Fire TV…

  2. Prime Day Deals
    09:43 Deals

    These early Prime Day deals have prices so low, it’s like Amazon made a mistake

  3. Amazon Deals
    10:30 Deals

    Today’s top deals: Free $15 Amazon credit, $530 70″ TV, $4 smart plugs, $8 sma…

  4. Best Beach Towels For Sand
    11:44 Deals

    I’m never going to the beach again without this brilliant $18 Amazon find

  5. Surge Protector Amazon
    15:20 Deals

    People rave about this $40 Amazon find that gives you four power outlets in the space of t…




Leak claims Google’s next-gen Nexus phone will pack an amazing 2K Samsung display

May 8th, 2015 at 11:25 AM
Huawei Nexus 6 Successor Rumors

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.

DON’T MISS: Déjà vu: OnePlus Two will be the cheap flagship Android phone you’ve been waiting for

Online publication GizmoChina, citing Chinese analysts who revealed supposed next-gen Nexus specs on Weibo, says the Huawei-made smartphone will have an amazing display made by Samsung. The next Nexus handset will reportedly have a 5.7-inch OLED display with 2K resolution (2560 x 1440) and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor.

Huawei has said in the past that 2K displays might be too much for smartphones, but such screen quality might be a requirement from Google, the publication notes. As for processor choice, previous rumors said that Huawei will make the chip that’ll power the next Nexus, but it looks like Qualcomm’s top processor could be the final choice.

In spite of what analysts have to say about the next-gen Nexus, Google has yet to confirm any of these rumors. In addition to Huawei, LG is also rumored to be working on a new Nexus device for this year.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.




Popular News