According to some persistent reports appearing online, Nexus 6 release date is not going to happen in the near future. In fact, the latest smartphone from Google is not likely to see the light of the day in 2014. There are also reports claiming that the launch will not happen in 2015 either as Google is presently working towards a project, being known as the Android Silver.
Android Silver is believed to be producing premium devices operating on the Google mobile platform upon execution of which, the Nexus line of products will simply be redundant. The company is targeting to materialize the project in 2015. If that happens, Google Nexus 6 might actually never arrive.
Tech blogger Eldar Murtazin has earlier mentioned that the Nexus brand will be retired in 2015. However, it has appeared in recent reports that the phasing out period has been advanced and its first surprise target is the Nexus 6.… Read the rest
Nexus 6 is up for release by mid of this year. However, in spite of creating immense buzz the Google offering need to stand out from its competitors namely ,Samsung and HTC, whose flagships are also beaming for this years release. Apple is also known to be releasing the latest iPhone 6 and it is known to be featured with a 4.7 inch display screen.
This clearly shows that Google is pressurized to dleiver the best. Lets take a look at the prime speculated and almost confirmed features of Nexus 6:
Chromecast mirroring: As the Google’s Chromecast TV dongle is recently launched, with the help of this device, you can actually various things on a second big screen. Hence, the users will be able to get the Full TV HD experience.
Smartwatch pairing: With this device, a time-telling piece will be introduced which will also act as a remote controller for the cell phone.
Android 4.5: The latest Android 4.5 will be featured with this device, which will provide the users with ultimate experience.
Hints given by Google suggest that the device is likely to be released in June.
I almost broke my bank to buy the LG Optimus G Pro but then zoomed onto the Apple iPhone 6 set to arrive this June. However, wait—before a while, another quick fave popped up on the mart with Google Nexus 6 and I decided to change my mind again. Here are top 5 reasons to sway towards the Nexus 6-
The Nexus 6 is rumored to come with Gorilla glass and a 5-inch display beefed up with 2K display resolution in high definition.
With a snappy Snapdrgaon of 800-series ad 64-bit chip, the 3GHz closing processor could be a dream come true for smartphone users.
Well to beef things up further the Nexus 6 is said to come with 4 GB RAM. Well, we heard buzz of a 3 GB as well. Either could suffice for me though!
With the latest KitKat version, the Google Nexus 6 could come with an image stabilizer and a high-MP clicker—the number is still under wraps.
The topping on the Nexus 6 cake is he amazing battery life it could have. The battery is set to be of 3200 or 3000 mAh variant.
Google plans to follow up the launch of Samsung Galaxy S5 with its own Nexus 6 release date. Recent data leaked has revealed the new Nexus and its features. Google plans on launching their new smartphone as means of competing against well established giants like Apple and Samsung.
Rumors of the Nexus 6 launch began circulating after Samsung’s event at the 2014 MWC. Apple plans on launching two phones, a phablet and a smartphone. So we can expect to see the new Google Nexus 6 sometime in the third quarter of the year.
If Google plans on hitting stores by this time, we can expect them to announce the Nexus 6 by June. This date is significantly dependent on what Google plans on starting at their yearly IO Developers Conference.
Google VP Sundar Pichai had hinted at the Nexus 6 but he had also assured customers not to expect it in the early part of 2014. The reported features of the Nexus 6 are supposedly similar to the LG G3- so expect to see a quad core processor and a 1440 pixel display. Other reports had hinted a possible screen size of 5.5 inches and also a 64 bit processor.… Read the rest
It’s being rumored that Google is scheduled to launch its new and possibly last flagship Android smartphone, the Google Nexus 6 in 2014 after the success it tasted with Google Nexus 5. Many reports and images leaked suggest the specifications of this new phone.
Their last launch, the Google Nexus 5, was considered the most budget-friendly smartphone installed with brilliant hardware configuration and software specifications. Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 were launched by the company in dates falling early November. This time round, It’s being assumed that the next Nexus 6 would be released in late October 2014. However, no one can confirm the release date of Nexus 6 until an official announcement is made.
The Google Nexus 6 is likely to be powered by True octa-core, 2.4GHz processor with at least 4GB RAM. The camera quality is also expected to be very good with 20MP ultra low light sensitivity camera sensor. The phone will also have a 5-inch 2K UHD resolution display powered by 3100mAh battery. It is expected to be available in 64GB and 128GB memory versions. Additionally, it will have other unique features, including finger print, security sensor, and health, atmosphere and thermo sensor.
According to internal leaks, Nexus 6 may be the final smartphone of the Google Nexus series as Nexus 7 name has already been occupied by tablet Google Nexus.… Read the rest
Google just declared that there will be no Nexus 6 in the first part of 2014. And just after this proclamation, the release date rumours of Nexus 6 claim that Nexus 6 may come release prior October. This is due to simple reason, that Nexus 5 is still running on the minds of customers and thus, postponing the release of Nexus 6 will get good buyers for the predecessor.
At the MWC in Barcelona, Google confirmed that new Nexus flagship will not arrive till the 2nd half of the year. And this wasn’t a surprise to anyone as the last three release of Google occurred at the end of the year. Nexus 4 was released in November and Nexus 5 again in November.
As Google I/O will be held in the latter part of the year, many wonder it would be the right time for the release of new Nexus series. But nothing stands confirmed as of now. Android Geeks claimed that LG and Google amalgamate to design the next Nexus lineup. Further, the reports affirm that there is no Nexus 6 releasing before October. Google is also planning to declare a Nexus 8 along with Nexus 6 release at the Google I/O.
The LG G3 is soon to release and one could surely get a glimpse of Nexus 6. However, as of now the release date of Nexus 6 is nowhere close.… Read the rest
Google is targeting the US market big time with the upcoming Google Nexus 6. With the Google I/O event set to begin soon, rumors have that Lenovo could make Nexus 6. After acquiring Motorola, this seems like a logical hand-over. Also, buzz points to the Nexus 6 being fed by 64-bit from Qualcomm with octa-core. In addition, a RAM of 3 or 4 GB could add further spark to the Nexus 6.
In terms of shutter, the Nexus 5 will feature 13 MP main clicker with Image Stabilization spec all loaded. In fact, we sniffed chances for Google to punch in a 2-5 MP camera on the front.
The best part of this tidbit is that Android’s latest version, 4.5 could make way into the Nexus 6. The release date still beguiles with the makers having missed the MWC this month. We now believe either the release could happen after the I/O event or even around the time, Android celebrates its anniversary this year. We await the next bombshell from Google.… Read the rest
If rumors are to be believed, then search giant Google plans to showcase the 2nd generation Nexus 10 2, which would be competing with Apple’s iPad. However, there are some mixed reactions around the Nexus 10 2.
Some media reports claimed that the V510 from LG could possibly be the second generation Nexus 10. However, this was the LG G Pad, 8.3-inch slate by the Korean handset manufacturer. There are strong rumors that the search giant might decide to not launch the Nexus 10 2 in the market and might even announce retirement for the Nexus line up.
Meanwhile, another report claims that the Nexus 6 will be launched on 17 May this year. As per the report, LG will be gearing up for a neck to neck battle with its arch nemesis Samsung. Samsung will be launching the Galaxy S5 flagship phone at around the same time so as to gain a competitive edge in the fast growing smartphone segment.
The Lenovo-Motorola deal which was inked only a few days back clearly suggests that LG might no longer be involved with the upcoming Nexus smartphone. Google sold Motorola unit to Lenovo through a 2.9 billion dollar agreement. Once all the formalities are sorted out, Lenovo will emerge as the third biggest smartphone vendor in the market. … Read the rest
If a recent spate of rumors is to be believed, then the next-gen Nexus 6 smartphone from Google may be developed by Lenovo and not LG, as it was earlier believed to be. Only a few days ago, Google sold the Motorola unit to Lenovo for $2.91 billion, possibly close to the Google Nexus 6 release date. Though it has not been confirmed whether Lenovo will manufacture the Nexus 6, but the recent developments are surely suggesting towards that development. However, the list of potential Nexus 6 manufacturers is still open.
Lenovo has not tasted a lot of success outside China, which is their home market. Thus, it also remains to be seen whether Lenovo will be Motorola’s expertise to develop a device that stands true to the reputation and fame of the Nexus line. A Google representative has also revealed that the Nexus 6 might be the last of the Nexus device from the tech giant, while the manufacturing partner remains unknown.
The Lenovo-Google deal came in last week. Motorola Mobility has since been transferred to Lenovo. Rumors of an impending retirement of Nexus line came as shocking to many. The Nexus portfolio has been immensely successful for Google. On completion of the acquisition, Lenovo will emerge as third biggest smartphone vendor.
Peace ho! It is time for tales of Google God. This resonates with the buzz that the Nexus 5 is already making. When else would you conjure images of something yet to be made but on heavenly ground? Move from the Nexus 5, we have studied possibilities of what the Google Nexus 6 and the Nexus X tab might look like.
The Nexus X will come in an envelope avatar, they say. Sounds Greek? For me it is. Jibes apart, the smartphone packs in a unique ‘X Envelope’ concept that might come with a backside in edgy avatar.
Will this make the grip Nexus 6 offers re-define sleek? Too early to decide! Powered by Android 6.0 Milkshake, the device displays gall aplenty. Add to this, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, near field communications, wireless charging, 4.6-inch 320ppi (pixels per inch) 1280 x 768 flexible IPS) OLED display and 10-MP clicker on the rear—Nexus might just be next to heaven for smartphone worshippers.
Now from phone to tablet, the seduction gets stronger. The Nexus X tablet might boast a 10-inch width and might come with a grip that could never prompt users to let it go. With IR spatial tracking, navigational touch stripe, a stylish stylus, LED stripe, e-paper toolbar and Android buttons, the tablets appears too much of a bomb. We simply pray that the impact is not huge enough to boomerang the Nexus back to where it could come from.… Read the rest