With Google I/O right around the corner, and the probable announcement of the next iteration of the Android OS, we’re more curious about which manufacturer will be making the Nexus handset. Who do you think should manufacture the next Nexus (Nexus 5) smartphone?
LG and Google executives met to discuss an “alliance in futuristic projects”, say Korean sources. A new Nexus smartphone, an OLED Google TV, and even a Glass-like device were on the table.
A concept video of the rumored Google smartwatch emerged online. Would you buy a Google smartwatch if it looked like that?
A new report says that Motorola will make three other Android devices in addition to the X Phone, all of them coming this year, but neither one being a Nexus device.
A fresh batch of X Phone rumors are in! The device will reportedly not have customizable hardware, and it seems that Motorola is making a Nexus device slated for a launch at the end of the year.
There Motorola smartphones have been leaked, the Yeti, Sasquatch and the Ghost. Is any of them a Google X Phone?
Japanese Nexus fans looking to expand their Nexus collection will be happy to hear that the Nexus 4 is now available to buy in Japan’s Google Play Store!
The head of Android engineering at Google just reiterated the company’s stance that Motorola being treated the same as every other Android partner. Is that true though?
With Mobile World Congress going on right now, we’re primed to see tons of great stuff from a lot of manufacturers. In a curious move, Google doesn’t have a presence this year, opting to have Android experts on-hand to assist their partners with any questions or issues. This leads us to wonder just what Google has up their sleeve for I/O this May.
Nexus phones are great for multiple reasons, but they typically make a huge sacrifice when it comes to image quality. Vic Gundotra promises to change that. Will he?