A series of new leaks have appeared regarding the HTC Nexus 8 tablet, including premium hardware specs, Android L out of the box, and a metal chassis.
With talk of a Nexus 6, there’s some that love the idea of a bigger display and others that hate the idea. With this in mind, if you were responsible for designing it, what would be your ‘perfect’ Nexus? Vote in our polls and tell us what you think!
We are learning a rumor that Motorola may be building the next Nexus phone, known now as a 5.9-inch device named Shamu. This means the Nexus 6 could truly be a 6-inch device after all.
Dave Burke, head of engineering at Android and the Nexus program, says that, just because Google is launching Android Silver, it doesn’t mean that Nexus is going away.
Google is no stranger to trolling its fans, and we eagerly eat it all up! Not only has an official Google page mentioned the yellow Nexus 5 (which doesn’t exist), an image from Google’s design pages may give us a look at the first render of the HTC Nexus 9/Volantis.
LG’s Ken Hong was recently interviewed and asked about LG’s possible involvement with the Nexus 6 — or whatever Google may call it. The exec flat out denied that LG is currently working on such a device.
Android 4.4.3 is said to come to Nexus devices very soon. In fact, T-Mobile spilled the beans a little earlier, hinting the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 would get the update today. If you needed more... evidence, now we have it!
The Google Developers website has just posted the Factory Images and Binaries of Android 4.4.3 for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. This means the updates...
This week in your world of Android: Motorola introduced the amazingly cheap Moto E, the hotly anticipated G3 broke cover, LG teased more G Pads, Samsung put a launch date on the Tab S, HTC revealed the beautiful One Mini 2, and we learned the possible launch date of the Android Silver program.
Popular Twitter personality @evleaks is gracing us again with a huge leak. Tonight is all about Android Silver, as it seems there will be no Nexus 6.
According to a new report, the Nexus program is getting ready for retirement. In its place, Android Silver will be better advertised and open to more OEMs.