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Video of supposed new Nexus device from Huawei leaked

While Google hasn’t confirmed yet that the new Nexus device will indeed be manufactured by Chinese brand Huawei, a 10-second blurry video has been leaked and purportedly, it is the rumored smartphone. While the video is too short and unclear to learn specific details about the supposedly upcoming smartphone, we did learn a few more things about it, including what looks like a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device.

Google teases details of new boot verification system, possible Android M feature

We have a few things we know about Android M, the mobile operating system that will come out of Google’s production line pretty soon. But what we have here are some new warning messages that Google posted on its Nexus support site, and because we haven’t seen this on the current crop of Android devices yet, something tells us we should watch out for this on the next iteration of Android.

Huawei working on another Nexus as Google plans to be bigger in China

We will only believe an information if a company has made an official announcement. Even a teaser will make us believe that something new is coming as long as it is from the brand itself. However, any news even from an employee is considered a rumor. And so this idea that Huawei has already confirmed that it's working with Google to release the next Nexus--still a rumor.

Google to launch two Nexus phones but no tablet this 2015

We've been saying that Google might release two new Nexus phones simultaneously but we're silent about the next Nexus tablet. Truth is, we haven't heard any information yet and looks like we know the reason why: there will be no Nexus tablet this year. After Huawei was tipped to be manufacturing the next Nexus phone, LG was soon rumored to be making another Nexus phone. We're expecting two units this year and we'd probably hear about them at the upcoming Google I/O conference.

Rumor: Android M to have new update guarantee for Nexus devices

You’ve heard of the Android update initiative that failed a couple of years back, right? Well, just so we’re clear from the beginning, this is not that. According to well-placed sources, Google is planning a new set of update guarantees as the new “Android M” version of its mobile platform rolls out. This will particularly affect Google’s Nexus devices.
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