The Wall Street Journal today is reporting that Google will launch a 5.9-inch Nexus smartphone sometime later this month. Of course, this is what we've been hearing for quite a while now, so the report is far from being surprising but it's still good to see more reliable sources confirming the arrival of a new Nexus.
As mentioned many times before, the upcoming device codenamed Shamu is manufactured by Motorola, and will be the most advanced Nexus handset yet.
Its 5.9-inch display will have 1440 x 2560 pixels, while other features should include a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB RAM, 12 MP rear camera, and a 3200 mAh battery.
Great News for all Android fans around the world. According to the latest confirmed reports, Google is getting ready to unveil the Android L Operating System officially along with some hardware, actually two new devices, the Nexus 6 Smartphone and the Nexus 9 Tablet. All this will be during an event on Mid-October either October 15th or 16th (date still not confirmed).
During the event Google will announce the final release of Android L (Out of Beta) with a lot of new features and security enhancements. Android L will be Offiically available as an OTA Update starting from November,1st to selected Nexus and GPE (Google Play Edition) devices.
Google is reportedly going to announce a New Motorola-made Nexus device with a 6-inch QHD display (Phablet) to be named the "Nexus 6". It will be a major upgrade from the Nexus 5 and will have higher specs than the new Moto X (2014) but we don't have any other info about the Specs or the price of this Moto Nexus 6.
Google is also going to reveal the long-rumored HTC Nexus 9, the first HTC-made Nexus tablet with a keyboard and smart cover. We have all the info we need about this device, you can Check HTC Nexus 9 unofficial Specifications list Here. We still doesn't know the actual market release date or the price. So let's wait those 20 days to know what Google has on its bag for us.