Hold on to your seats Nexus enthusiasts!
Google plans on releasing not one, but two new Nexus phones at the Google I/O conference set to take place at the end of the month.
The two new Nexus phones will have different developers. One is rumored to be Huawei, the other LG. Although, is keeping all the new Nexus information under hush-hush policy, rumors say that Huawei will develop the larger of the two smartphones, with a screen of about 5.7 inches, while LG will create a smaller version with a display of 5.2 inches.
The new Huawei Nexus will have a metal build and will function on an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor.
The smaller version of the Nexus which is rumored to be created by LG will be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor.
The resolution on both phones is said to be of either 1080 or 2K, but not much further information is known about the devices.
It is yet unknown if the new Nexus will arrive with better battery life or with a removable battery.
At the I/O conference, Google is also expected to announce its new Android M operating system and most likely both of the new Nexus mobile phones will operate on it.
However, readers should keep in mind that these are just rumors and that Google may very well launch its new Nexus at the end of October as it was originally believe.
Huawei is working on its own Operation System
Also, the Chinese company, Huawei seems to want to distance itself from the Android operation system that Google offers and plans on developing its very own OS. The name of the new OS is said to be Kirin and a new smartphone operating on this system is expected to be launched in 2015. Kirin is also the name of the Huawei`s processor.
Just like, Samsung, who is working on its own Tizen Operating System, many smartphone developers seem to want to break away from Google`s Android OS dominance which has made their products so successful.
Although, it is improbable, there is a small chance that the new Nexus that Huawei is developing for Google will function on Kirin OS.
All in all, it appears that the reasons for which all smart gadgets enthusiasts should buy a ticket to the Google`s annual I/O conference, which will take place in San Francisco, on May 28.
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