Google’s lineup of Nexus devices are very popular among Android purists, and according to a report, Google will apparently take the “Apple approach” with the Nexus program. The report mentioned that Google wants more control over its own program, which may see a change in direction for the lineup.
Recently, a torture test performed on the Nexus 6P has become rather viral. In the video, the 6P was subjected to scratch, fire, and of course, bend tests. Surprisingly, the device was able to be bent rather easily; almost too easy. Is the Nexus 6P that fragile? Well, not quite.
If you’re worried that the Nexus 5X would be costly to fix if something were to happen to it, you can rest easy now. A teardown of the new Google smartphone has revealed that it is pretty easy to repair, although certain parts have to be replaced together.
There are plenty of rumors and leaks regarding this phone for quite some time but they were finally put to rest as Google has officially launch the brand new Nexus 6P at a special event earlier this week. Made by Huawei, it is considered by many as the series’ new flagship phone and is packed […]
Alongside the new Google Nexus devices announced today, Google also introduced a new, comprehensive protection plan for Nexus devices that even covers accidental damage.
Along with the Nexus 6P, Google also announced a second Nexus smartphone – the Nexus 5X. Built by LG, the device is an update to the Nexus 5, and is slightly less powerful than the Nexus 6P.
Google has officially unveiled one of the two Nexus devices today, the Nexus 6P. Made in partnership with Huawei, it is the first all-metal Nexus device. Other than that, Google has emphasised a lot on the 6P’s camera, going as far as to say that it is the best camera it has put on a Nexus device.
Leaked image of the Nexus 5X. (Android Police) Google is expected to unveil two new Nexus devices later tonight. However, those are not the only products that will be announced. Words are, Google will be releasing a new tablet under the Pixel lineup sometime this year. Instead of Chrome OS, the new tablet will be powered by Android. […]
(Android Police) Google will be unveiling two new Nexus devices in a couple of days’ time, but presentation slides of the Huawei-made Nexus 6P have already made it onto the Internet. The slides basically revealed all there is to know about Google’s latest Nexus, including a generous 3,450mAh battery and a premium construction.
The specifications of the Huawei Nexus have possibly been confirmed thanks to benchmark results from GFXBench. Unlike its smaller sibling, the 2015 Nexus 5, this Nexus device from Huawei will pack a bigger and sharper 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 resolution display.
Alleged back shot of the upcoming Huawei Nexus (image via iNexus.co). Google’s next Nexus devices have received a launch date: 29th September 2015. As we approach closer to it, more leaks of the devices have started surfacing. For one, a listing has revealed that the Huawei Nexus will sport a 5.5-inch display. As for the 2015 Nexus […]
As we approach closer to the end of the year, we’re getting a more detailed look at the much rumoured 2015 iteration of the Nexus 5. This time around, it came from none other than Marques Brownlee aka MKBHD. Appearing first in Nexus Indonesia Google+ community, this could be our first glance of LG’s new Nexus 5.
Here’s something for fans of Google’s Nexus devices. Apparently, a 2015 version of the Nexus 5 has been spotted on AnTuTu, a popular benchmarking tool. While the results did not reveal much of its specifications, it managed to get a score of over 85,000, which is the highest recorded score to date on AnTuTu.
After a long, long wait, the Nexus 6 is finally available in Malaysia officially. First appearing in SIRIM’s database about five months ago, the pure Android smartphone will retail for RM2,199 here. Interestingly, the recently announced Nokia 105 seems to have reached our shores as well.
Google seems to have something interesting planned for its 2015 Nexus devices. A recent rumour circulating the Internet is indicating that there will be two Nexus smartphones made by LG and Huawei this year. Curiously, the rumour is also indicating that there will be no Nexus tablet for 2015.
If you’re a Nexus 6 owner, you might want to take note. Several owners of the flagship Google device are apparently experiencing signal issues. They are reporting that no mobile data connection is available on their device and rebooting the phone only fixes the issue temporarily. This sure doesn’t look good.
It appears that the Nexus 4 will also be receiving the Android 5.1 Lollipop update, which is pretty surprising. As the Nexus 4 was released back in November 2012, it wasn’t supposed to receive any further update as it has passed the 18 months update window set by Google itself.
If you own a Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 device and have not updated to any version of Android 5.0.X Lollipop yet, don’t hit the update button or attempt to flash it. Multiple users of these two Nexus devices are reporting that any Android 5.0.X Lollipop update is bricking their device. It appears the Android 5.0.2 […]
If you own a Nexus 5, you’ll be happy to know that Android 5.1 Lollipop is now available for the smartphone via OTA. This is especially useful for users who are not familiar with ROM flashing or those who just don’t want to risk bricking their Nexus 5 smartphone.