Android N 7.0 has been announced. Preview images are available to download for Nexus 6P, 5X, 6, 9, Nexus Player and Pixel C. Here are the details.
Rumor has it that Google's 2016 Nexus phone will feature iPhone 6s-like 3D Touch functionality, and will run Android 7.0 N out-of-the-box. Here are the details.
We all love saving money on some of the latest devices in the consumer technology world. It's even better when those savings are only available for a limited period of time, essentially injecting some excitement into the purchase. In the middle of last year's holiday shopping season, Google made the renegade move of reducing the 64GB Huawei Nexus 6P by $50 to entice in those last minute purchases. That deal proved successful and so now the deal has been reintroduced for a limited time only, but this time for the elusive Gold version of Nexus 6P, essentially knocking $50 off the 32GB and 64GB models of the Android flagship.
A new report suggests that HTC could produce two new Nexus phones in 2016. It was almost 6 years ago when the company produced its first and last Nexus smartphone.
Bendgate or not? Here's another Nexus 6P bend test, this time with the device in mint condition and a detailed explanation of why it bends.
Bendgate might be back, this time for Google and Huawei's Nexus 6P, as new video shows it failing when put through bend, scratch and burn test.
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.
We clearly live in an age where it's extremely difficult for any manufacturer to design and develop a new product without intricate details of said product getting into the public domain prior to its official unveiling. We already know that Google has scheduled a dedicated media event for September 29th, where it's expected to unveil a slew of new hardware. We probably already know a little more about those potential unveilings than Google would like. Now, thanks to leaked visuals of retail packaging, we have confirmation of the naming conventions of the two new smartphones expected to be announced at the event.
If history has taught us anything, it's that persistent rumors tend to have some kind of foundation to them. That's why we aren't surprised to see more information pertaining to the speculated Nexus tablet from HTC coming into the public domain.
The Nexus lineup of devices has made a fan following of its own, and rightly so. The series that started with Nexus One and continued all the way up to Nexus 5 has always promised a high-quality pure Android experience throughout the years, sans any manufacturer modifications (or bloatware, as we’ve come to know it) or delays in receiving updates enforced by the OEMs. It seems, however, that the line has finally come to a close, with Nexus project about to be discontinued. Fret not; it is being replaced by something bigger and better, which the insider sources claim to have been dubbed Android Silver program.