According to former pro leaker @evleaks, this device is the Nexus 6. We have no way of knowing it for sure, but judging from the image, as well as Blass’ track record, this may truly be our first look at Nexus 6 press render.
More reports suggest that Google is gearing up to unveil the Nexus 9 starting from $399 next week, with availability starting from early November.
If the latest report from The Information proves correct, Google is actively considering and experimenting with an app trial system, which would allow you to try out a demo of a premium app before buying.
Join us as we take a look at what we think we know about the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, based on all the rumors and leaks that we have seen up until now.
Import data from India lists some specifications and prices for two unannounced HTC smartphones, the Desire Eye and One (M8 Eye).
What could be the first leaked image of the HTC-made Nexus 9 (Volantis) just leaked, showing a plastic body similar to the Nexus 7 (2013).
The Nexus 6 may reportedly make its way over to Verizon, the same carrier that has mishandled Nexus devices and updates in the past.
If this Desire Eye is real, its specifications are a notch above what we typically get from devices in the Desire line, and they’re even comparable to the flagship One (M8) and Butterfly 2.
According to a new report from The Information, Google sat down to discuss with Cyanogen Inc the possibility of a full acquisition. The CM team wasn’t interested, however.
The back design of the Nexus 6 has unofficially been outed, based on a render that allegedly was designed based on information given to Droid Life.