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Nexus 5 (2014) Android 5.0 Lion

New leak may reveal an Android L detail that no one saw coming

September 8th, 2014

Following two potential Android L name candidates that appeared in recent leaks (Lollipop and Lemon Meringue Pie), a new report seems to indicate a different name for Google’s upcoming huge Android L release — and just like last year, a famous candy brand may be involved.

Motorola Nexus X Specs

Benchmark confirms monster specs for upcoming Motorola Nexus X

September 3rd, 2014

The upcoming Motorola Nexus X (Nexus 6) was spotted on benchmarking site GFXBench in mid-August, although the site only revealed certain details about the rumored handset at the time. Since then, information about the handset has been updated on GFXBench, AndroidWorld reports, with the website apparently confirming what a recent Nexus 6 AnTuTu benchmark sighting …

Nexus X Android 5.0 L

Nexus X leak confirms monster specs and new Android L details

August 26th, 2014

Various reports have recently claimed that Google’s upcoming new Nexus device will not be called the Nexus 6 as expected, but instead will get a unique Nexus X moniker. TKTechNews, one of the sources of previous leaks, has returned with more information about the Motorola Nexus X, listing several AnTuTu benchmark screenshots for the handset, …

Nexus 6 Nexus X Price and Release Date

The Nexus 6’s actual name, price and launch details may have just been revealed

August 25th, 2014

Motorola is widely expected to build the next Nexus smartphone, and various reports have provided details about its actual name, price and launch schedule. TKTechNews and Phone Arena have now seemingly received information revealing the Nexus 6 will actually be called the Nexus X. The phone should start selling this fall, before October, and could cost …

Google's Sony-built Nexus X smartphone revealed in leaked photos [updated]

October 15th, 2012

In May, The Wall Street Journal reported that Google (GOOG) would be opening its Nexus program up to as many as five manufacturers for a complete smartphone and tablet portfolio to be available in late November, with additional rumors suggesting that Sony, LG, and Samsung would all be manufacturing Nexus-branded devices. We have already seen LG’s (06657011) offering in a variety of …