After Huawei and LG produced two of the best Nexus devices in the recent times, HTC is expected to come out with two Nexus devices this year. They are codenamed as HTC Sailfish (S-1) and HTC Marlin (M-1). Sailfish is said to be lower end Nexus device coming with a 5-inch screen, while the Marlin is alleged to be the flagship model. Rumors about the HTC Nexus Marlin has been floating around for quite some time and today we have what looks like the prototype of the device.
Pokemon Go is making a fortune for Nintendo and it’s already a legend in its own time, being the most popular game in the history of the United States. Today’s good news comes for Canadians, as the beloved augmented reality app for Android and iOS is now available in their country for download.
We have some interesting news today involving a canceled project from Google. While we knew the company was sold on VR, we did not know they were working on a VR headset that could have taken on the Rift and Vive.
Nintendo’s Pokémon GO was incredibly well received all over the world, making a fortune for the company as Nintendo’s market value went through the roof. The immense popularity of the game also caught hackers attention and yesterday I wrote an article warning you about malicious 3rd party websites that may install DroidJack malware on your Android running smartphone when downloading compromised versions of the Pokémon GO.
Recently rumors popped up regarding a Google-branded smartwatch. As you can imagine, it got folks talking even if we’re currently unsure of its Nexus lineage. Ready to get a glimpse of what the first Google smartwatch may look like?
The upcoming Nexus 2016 has been in the news quite often in the past few weeks, including today when we showed you a render of its design. Ready for a Google-branded smartwatch? According to a new report, one may arrive alongside the new Nexus.
Last week, big news broke regarding the new Nexus 2016 lineup. We learned it would be handled by HTC, and now we are getting a look at the handsets through some slick new renders.
This post might not interest a lot because they might be under the misconception that I’m talking about the Nexus devices here. This article is in no way related to the Nexus devices. Google, whose very own operating system, Android, runs on most of the devices on the planet, is gearing up to launch their very own smartphone. By very own, I mean, manufactured by Google without the assistance of third party phone makers like Huawei, LG and HTC.
Huawei is a brand that has had exponential growth in the past 2 years. They have carved out a niche for themselves in the huge space of smartphones. They offer great value for money and have also ventured out into the flagship segment with great success. Their latest flagships, the P9, and the P9 Plus, with the dual camera setup, was well appreciated. They also have something new in store for all of us, Huawei OS.
Remember Project Ara? We expected Google to show us something this week at Google I/O, and they did not disappoint. That said, the Project Ara release date is still no closer as we’ve got a bit of bad news on that front.