Google Nexus 2015 Release Date: Features of Nexus 6 Successor Leaked Online

Features of Nexus 6 Successor Leaked Online

Google might be releasing its Nexus 2015 in coming November this year. The buzz around this is getting stronger now that Nexus 6 is set to celebrate its first anniversary; we bring you topmost possibilities about what could be seen on it. The upcoming flagship will pack in a punch with Snapdragon 810 processor and a Qualcomm chipset, according to an analyst firm Jiutang Pan in China. A report from the same source also points to the possibility that Nexus 2015 might boast of a display of 1440 x 2560 pixels and 1080p resolution on an OLED screen of 5.7 inches. By the time Google I/O 2015 conference is held, we might also be able to get hands on a new OS from the giant too. Experts are touting the system to be christened Android 6.0 Muffin. Further scoop reveals that Google is eyeing LG to make its Nexus this [+more]

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Can Google Nexus 2015 Surpass iPhone’s Popularity?

Google Nexus 2015 Kill Apple iPhone

Google is confident about upping its ante with its latest exclusive offering featuring Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MNVO) in its upcoming Nexus for 2015. While this brings cheer to Nexus fans, it also means that Apple could be late with its own game using MNVO. As for now we were focused on Apple releasing its iPhone 7 in September this year but thanks to the latest move by Google, we fear that MNVO might be the death knell for the iPhone forever. Thus, going by what we hear now, a large chunk of buyers might ditch the Apple iPhone for Google Nexus in 2015.  Speculations are rife that Apple will soon venture into MNVO arena but given that the service is hardly a profit maker, experts are not really confident. After all, Apple has always sold its devices for huge profit margins. Google’s wireless service is termed NOVA and this [+more]

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Android Updates for Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10 Might Not See Light of Day

Android updates for Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10 might not see light of day

Google released the Android 5.0.2 update for Nexus 7 edition of 2012 last year. It was but natural for users to expect Android 5.0.2 updates for Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10 but the firmware is still not in sight. This update has still not been made available for Nexus 6 and 9. It has recently surfaced that the Android 5.0.2 update might not arrive at all. This update could end up in exclusivity for the 2012 version of Nexus 7. Google has not come up with any official version on this matter but if this news is true, there is a possibility that Nexus 6 and 9 could come up in version 5.0.3. One must remember that Android Nexus update did not happen for the 2012 Nexus 7. It simply went on to Android 5.0.2 from Android 5.0. One knows that Android Lollipop is by far the biggest update [+more]

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Scrumptious Treat for Nexus Lovers: Google Nexus Project Still Cooking!

Google Nexus Project Still On Cards

Google’s Head of Engineering and the Nexus program, Dave Burke, has confirmed in an interview that the company’s Nexus line up is still active, suggesting that the Nexus lovers will see at least one new Nexus device in 2014. The official has denied earlier reports that the company is working on a new Android Silver project and would discard its Nexus line. The official said that the company is simultaneously working on the Android Silver project along with the Nexus hardware line. The one team of Google’s engineers is working on the open source code for new Android version, while another team is simultaneously designing a new Nexus device. Burke has been quoted saying in a interview that “When we are working, there are sort of two outputs. We’re building a Nexus device and we’re building the open source code. There is no way you can build the open source [+more]

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Google Official Confirms Presence of Nexus Line-up: New Nexus Device to Make Debut in 2014

Google Official Confirms Presence of Nexus Line-up

The Nexus line up of Google is still very much alive, according to confirmation by a company’s official. This suggests that there will be at least one new Nexus device which could to make its debut in 2014.   Earlier there were claims that the company is working on a new Android Silver project and is likely to get rid of its Nexus line up as a consequence. But Google’s Head of Engineering and the Nexus program, Dave Burke, has officially denied such reports and confirms the presence of the Nexus hardware line.   The official explained that one team of Google’s engineers is working on the open source code for new Android version, while another team is simultaneously designing a new Nexus device.   Burke has been quoted saying in a interview that “When we are working, there are sort of two outputs. We’re building a Nexus device and [+more]

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Best Deals: What Is The Right Price To Buy Google Nexus 7?

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The Google Nexus 7 is in demand this year but the price can deter some from picking up this nifty gadget. This is because of the many specifications that have made it the best gadget of the year, but there are some retailers that are currently offering discounts and special prices in the Nexus 7. Zavvi, a retailer in UK has slashed the price of the 32 GB variant to 99 GBP, making it 80 GBP less than its original retail price, but before you actually buy it you need to understand that it is a refurbished unit. Zavvi claims that this is the grade a manufacturer refurb, so it is as good as the real thing, and that shipments are expected in February. eBay has also slashed the price of Nexus 7 to $129.99 which includes free shipping, this is the first generation 32GB variant. It is ideal for [+more]

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Google Nexus 5 and HTC One Max Set to Break Competition: A Face Off


The Google Nexus 5 is expected to be made by Motorola sometime later this year according to Taylor Wimbley, an insider who has previously had good information. The HTC One Max, a larger version of the HTC One flagship smartphone is expected as soon as this September. Here’s a quick comparison of the two new smartphones. A big factor about the HTC One Max can be derived from its name; it is going to be larger than the HTC One. Said to have a huge 5.9 inch screen it will certainly dwarf the 5 inch screen rumoured to be on the Google Nexus 5. Both phones are supposed to run the quad core Snapdragon 800 processor, probably mated to a 3GB LPDDR3 RAM module. While both phone will run Android operating systems, expect the HTC One Max to have the 4.3 version while the Nexus 5 is rumoured to be [+more]

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New Google Nexus 7 And Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Out; Includes New Features, Essential Changes & Major Improvements


A major report broke out when Google unveiled an updated version of its Jelly Bean software, Android 4.3. The latest version comes with noticeable improvements and new features and is now available on all the latest editions of Nexus devices especially Google Nexus 7. 2 Leading the charge in the revamped Android is the support for Bluetooth Smart, called Bluetooth Low-Energy. The software also includes support for Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3. Users of Android 4.3 can now enjoy high performance realistic 3D graphics on their devices with support for Open GLES 3.0. Easing out parents’ worry, this version includes an option to restrict profiles, limiting the access to apps and content. Users can also now easily and quickly switch profiles from the lock screen. Powered by Fraunhofer Cingo mobile audio technology, the virtual Surround Sound feature in this latest version lets users thoroughly enjoy movies and videos from Google Play on [+more]

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Anticipation Building Up for August Release; Concept Videos Out With Nexus 7 2, Nexus 5 Features


Hoping to be unveiled next month, the Nexus 7 2 has been in news with leaked specs and rumored features. Apparently, a tech buff has taken out a concept video, compiled with all speculated features that the Google’s upcoming device might hold. Short and clear, the video starts showing the device with the thin HD screen, holding an 8-megapixel rear camera and an improved front camera. Following the introduction, the video reveals its newly designed back, housing the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. It also shows the costing of Nexus 7 2, which starts at $199, ending with an emphasis on Google Play. The 7-inch 1080p Nexus 7 2 is expected to hold a 1.5 GHz quad core Snapdragon 600 CPU, sporting 2GB of RAM. Watch the Nexus 7 2 video at Considering the next, the focus is on Nexus 5’s overall look. The device is shown with screen shots [+more]

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HTC One Vs Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs HTC One: Why Consumer Flock to Nexus- Branded Devices


When the Google Edition of Samsung Galaxy S4 with Nexus experience was launched, we wondered whether the internet giant would release its own Nexus hardware or not. Doubts were elevated when Google announced unveiling the Nexus version of the HTC One. However, Nexus fans can now calm their minds as Sundar Pichai, Google’s SVP of Android, Chrome and Apps said that the internet search giant is all in plans to keep the Nexus brand alive, together with the Galaxy S4 and HTC One. At the D11 conference, Pichai said, “The goal with Nexus was to push forward hardware with partners. That will continue as well.” Comparing the costing, the Nexus 4 is available for a price of $299 on the Play Store for the 8GB version, while both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One with Nexus user experience will cost $649 and $599. Pricing of the device is a [+more]

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