You can download Android 8.1 Oreo custom ROM for Nexus 6P (ABC Rom), 5X (LineageOS) and Nexus 5 (First Ever), with immediate effect. Here are the details.
Google has today launched a new way for users to accessorize their Nexus phones with. The company is calling its new accessory Live Case. With Live Case, Nexus users get the ability to have any of their favorite photo, or even a Google Maps location, printed onto a case. It looks pretty cool! Google will be charging $35 for each case, and is currently supporting the Nexus 6, 5X, and 6P line of devices.
Google has once again reduced the price of Nexus 5X, making it a very attractive proposition for those looking to purchase a new SIM-free and unlocked Android Marshmallow-powered handset outright in time for Valentine's Day. Those with an eye for a bargain were able to pick up a discounted Nexus 5X towards the end of last year with a $50 reduction in the original price during the holiday season. This latest marketing tactic by Google, means that the hardware is now an agreeable $80 cheaper than when it first launched.
As Christmas winds ever nearer, retailers the world over are offering great discounts on popular tech items in time for the holidays. As of this very moment buyers can head on down to the Google Store, Amazon or Best Buy and pick up the 2015-released Nexus 5X unlocked model for just $329 (down from original price of $380) for the 16GB model and $379 (down from original price of $430) for the 32GB model.
Here's a side-by-side specs comparison between Google Nexus 6P vs Nexus 5X vs iPhone 6s vs iPhone 6s Plus. This comparison should give you a good idea as to which phone is for you.
Google's Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X are now official. Here are all the specs, features, price and release date info that you need to know about Google's flagship Android 6.0 smartphones.
As expected, Google has finally announced the date and time of its fall event via an official press invitation. The Mountain View-based company had been widely tipped to hold a dedicated event in the very near future, potentially with the intention of introducing a slew of new hardware to the world. A number of industry insiders had expected the event to take place on September 29th, but that had yet to be officially confirmed by the company, until now.
September is shaping up to be an extremely busy, and highly interesting month for the smartphone industry. We've got Apple holding an event this coming Wednesday to introduce the highly anticipated next-generation iPhone. We also have elevated expectations surrounding LG this month, with the hope being that the Korean company will officially unveil the next iteration of its Nexus 5 at some point during September. To increase excitement around the possibility of that introduction, we're also now seeing some leaked images that purportedly show the "Nexus 5X" in its final form.