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Featured: Top 10 Android News Stories Sep. 20th

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Google Is Unveiling ‘New Treats’ — Like Its Next Nexus Device — On September 29th.

New Delhi: Google has started sending invites for its ‘new treats and s’more’ to be released on September 29, finally giving an official date to the much anticipated launch of its Nexus smartphones. While the one made by Huawei will be called the Nexus 6 and come with a fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C; the LG-made Nexus 5 will feature a 5.2-inch display and a fingerprint scanner that will rest beneath the protruding camera and include 3 GB RAM. Google isn’t always predictable, as its recent decision to split its divisions under ‘Alphabet’ showed, but speculation surrounding new Google hardware has been palpable. It is also expected that Google will unveil the second-generate Chromecast dongle that will come packed with a range of new features including feeds for the device’s main screen, improved WiFi, and a new feature termed “Fast Play”.

CNET earlier this month said a Nexus launch was planned for the 29th, and there’s been speculation that Google has tapped both LG and Huawei to build different sized phones under its Nexus brand. Google is also speculated to introduce Motorola-inspired dongle, dubbed “Chromecast Audio”, which could allow a Chromecast device to plug directly into any speaker by way of auxiliary cord.

As the invite clearly reads ‘hands-on time’ following a presentation, there are more chances of seeing the two new Nexus smartphones revealed at the San Francisco event. The Nexus brand has proved popular in the past because it runs with a pure form of Android and is optimized for Google’s mobile software, while devices are also usually fairly inexpensive, but Google doesn’t manufacture the phones itself. LG previously created the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 phones, but Huawei — a growing force in the global smartphone race — hasn’t ever worked on the project. Both Samsung — Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus — and Apple — iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus — have released ‘little’ and ‘large’ devices to suit different tastes, and it seems like a strategy that others are embracing too. That might not be all, however, since Google has been linked with a new version of Chromecast, its media streaming dongle. 9to5Google this week reported that Chromecast 2.0 will land later this month with a number of improvements such as faster WiFi connectivity, faster playing, multi-room support and improved audio feedback.

It’s important for Pichai to step in and discuss how all of the units at the company, including Android, are being developed together, in a streamlined way.

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