A new rumour off Android Police states that Google is planning on introducing not one but two new Nexus devices during its annual developer conference later in the week. According to the said rumour, both devices will be smartphones and Google won’t be unveiling a refresh to the Nexus 9 tablet.
While it is likely both Nexus smartphones will be used to showcase what we’ve come to refer as Android M, if at all the rumour is true anyway, we don’t know much about them. Other than that we may be going back to the pre-2014 days when Nexus devices were size-able. One of the devices will have a 5.2 inch display while the larger one will have a Galaxy Note-size 5.7 inch display.
We’ve heard rumours before that LG would be making this year’s Nexus smartphone. Then we’ve also heard other rumours that Huawei would be making the next Nexus. Game of rumours. Well according to this new rumour, both will be making Nexus smartphones. The Huawei Nexus is code-named Bullhead and it will be the larger one while LG is said to be making the 5.2 inch Angler.
LG’s Nexus is expected to pack the same chip as the G4 and have a 2700 mAh battery whereas Huawei’s Nexus will have a bigger 3500 mAh battery and pack Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810.