Apple iPhone 6S Plus Vs. Huawei Nexus 6P (2015): Release Date, Specs, Features …

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Google Nexus 2015 release date & specs rumours.

Google is expected to take the wraps off its next series of mobile devices next week after it sent out invitations for an event in San Francisco next on September 29.While the likes of Samsung and Apple have become largely predictable with their smartphone updates, it’s far harder to pinpoint just where, and in what form, Google’s Nexus brand will appear.It took years (and years and years), but manufacturers are finally starting to loosen their grip on the idea that it’s OK for flagship phones to come with just 16GB of storage. New Nexus smartphones are set to unveiled but the event could also serve as a further showcase for Android Marshmallow, the next iteration of Google’s mobile operating system.

Typically, a new Nexus device comes along with the launch of a major update to the Android operating system, as a chance for Google to demonstrate what the new features do. Google is reportedly working on two new smartphones for the next generation of Nexus – one high-end device made by Huawei, and a smaller version built by LG. According to multiple trusted Android Police sources, the Huawei Nexus phone that’s been so prominently leaked in the last few weeks will be available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB variants.

Huawei’s Nexus is rumoured to feature a 5.7-inch QHD 1440 x 2560 display, and be the will be the first device to be powered by Qualcomm’s next-generation Snapdragon 820 chipset, with LG’s device featuring a 5.2 inch display. Both devices will also reportedly feature an all-metal body, and come with Android M, Android Pay, a 3D camera module, and fingerprint recognition capability. That’s not the only question: over the years, almost every major manufacturer has had a punt at a Google handset, including HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung; so, who will be making the Nexus 2015 phone and what can we expect from it? It also seems unlikely (tough not impossible) that the Huawei phone will come with a MicroSD card slot, despite Google’s refocused efforts on expandable storage in Android Marshmallow.

Google first revealed Android M at its I/O conference earlier in the year, saying that it offers ‘hundreds of improvements’ including upgrades to app stability and permissions, a boosted Google Now service, and improvements to battery life and how users surf the web on a mobile device. With a press conference planned for 29th September, a late October or early November launch look to be a near certainty, with pre-orders likely opening on 13th October The handsets will ship with the newest version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but the hardware is likely to be fairly typical of this year’s other top models We’re unlikely to learn much from the last Nexus, as it was a bit of an oddity and a bit of disappointment. The Nexus 6 was a phablet from Motorola, an odd choice given that the Nexus line only produces a single handset a year, so if you weren’t in the market for a phablet then you were out of luck. Our sources didn’t say anything about storage for LG’s follow-up to the Nexus 5, but previous leaks didn’t mention expandable storage for that phone either.

This means that users will now be able to approve or deny security permissions, such as camera or location access, on a case by case basis, rather than the current system which asks users to approve all permissions at once when installing an app. If Google follows its recent pattern, both phones will be unlocked and feature wireless bands for a variety of carriers, and carrier sales will be secondary (if there are any at all).

This is supposedly the Nexus 5’s final form, according to AndroidPit, and confirms many of the features leaked previously by the Indonesian Google Nexus Community (below). With smooth rounded corners, the new Nexus looks as though it will have a plastic chassis as well as a circular fingerprint scanner just below the protruding camera. It would certainly help differentiate it from the larger Huawei model, as yet another 2,560x,1440 resolution might make Huawei’s version seem slightly redundant if it has very similar features in a cheaper, more user-friendly chassis. As for the chipset, this is also currently shrouded in mystery, but we think a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset – possibly the same 6-core Snapdragon 808 in the G4 – is almost certainly on the cards, especially if Google is keen to keep the price down, instead of using a full-bore 8-core chipset. Both Chinese analysts (via Gizmochina) and reknowned leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter) have claimed Huawei will be using a QHD resolution, while @evleaks has also posited the idea of a metal body, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 802 chip and a built-in fingerprint scanner – which wouldn’t be surprising given that this is one of the big features of Google’s upcoming Android M OS.

Google is simply running out of numbers, and unless it does something very unusual it simply can’t name the new handsets after their screen sizes or reuse an existing device number, especially as Nexus 7 is so attached in consumer’s minds to the tablet line up. These options would certainly please fans of the original Nexus 5, who would be more than happy with a straightforward upgrade to their much cherished handsets. It’s currently unknown what the X or P stand for (our money is on ‘phablet’ for the 6P), but at least we now have something more concrete than the previous Hammerhead and Shamu codenames leaked previously.

However, it’s worth noting that Google CFO Patrick Pichette said in an earnings statement at the beginning of the year that the growth of the Play Store overall had been “offset by a decline in Nexus”.

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