Two Nexus Phones Could Be Launched this Year; No Tablets However
After the rumors and picture leaks with the Nexus phablet prepared by Huawei in partnership with Google, today in the press we have some new information about Google’s plans for this year. Apparently, the IT company will launch not one, but two new smartphone devices that will be developed by LG, and the Chinese company Huawei.
The first one is called LG Angler, a phone that will offer a 5.2 inch display, a 2.700 mAh battery and a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, the same one used by LG on their latest device called LG G4. Taking in consideration its screen size, Angler could be the rumored successor of the Nexus 5.
Google also plans to launch a phablet this year, device known for the moment as Huawei Bullhead. This 5.7 inch smartphone will bring in the package an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and a 3.500 mAh. According to the guys from AndroidPolice, both these phones will be announced in the Fall, maybe in October.
Also, we get to know that for the moment Google has no plans when it comes to developing a new tablet device.