Huawei Nexus

I know a lot of Google Nexus fans who are waiting for the next Nexus model. Rumor has it the next one will be a Huawei model. If true, it will be the first time Huawei will be offering a Nexus device to be powered by Google. The tech giant’s next flagship phone could be a Huawei Nexus but we’re leaving this as a rumor for now until more hints, leaked images, and eventually official teasers are published.

We actually forgot about the coming of the next Nexus flagship phone because we’re still not over the recent ones. We’re not sure how this will be called but we’re guessing this early, it’d be another Nexus 6 with the 2015 reference or a Nexus 11 since there are Nexus 7,8,9, and 10 already but the latter models are based on the screen sizes. A Nexus 11 may confuse the consumers and believe that it’s an 11-inch tablet so yeah, a Nexus 6 (2015) name would be better.

A Huawei-made Nexus phone? That sounds interesting. A new smartphone from the phone manufacturer could be good for the Chinese mobile tech industry that has been very aggressive in bringing their devices to the rest of the world. The rumored Huawei Nexus phone is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor, a 5.7-inch display screen, and 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution.

How is Google Nexus different from other Android phones available in the market? Google designs the hardware of a new Nexus while another company, in this case, Huawei to manufactures the phone. Google will still be the one to announce, market, and distribute the phone to the Android community and the rest of the world.

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Is Huawei a good choice to make the next Nexus phone? I don’t see any reason why Google won’t choose Huawei because the company has been making really good phones and tablets. A new smartwatch is even in the works, due to be released middle of the year. It only proves that Huawei can be a worthy Google partner. If the rumor is true, then Google could get more fans in China. At present, Apple is gaining more traction in the country but it seems the situation might change soon if Google closes a Nexus deal with Huawei.

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