We have been hearing the rumors that Google could be working on an 8-inch tablet which will (unsurprisingly) be known as the Nexus 8. In fact the device has allegedly been spotted on Geekbench 3 where some of its specs have been revealed. Show More Summary
Made from multiple thermoacrylics, this Nexus 6 skin case is highly elastic and resistant to oils. Say goodbye to annoying fingerprints! The back features a matte finish with a glossy edging that enhances the grip around your device. Grab one in black or white and save 60%
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2, Apple's iPad Air 2, and Google's Nexus 9 are among the hottest tablet products being pitted against each other nowadays, and consumers are always trying to evaluate a device's specs to determine which would be their best option.
Google has yet to release its next generation Nexus devices for the year 2015 and this year, it is rumored that they will be releasing not just one but two devices. According to a Tech Times report, Google is working with two companies, Chinese manufacturer Huawei and Korean company LG for its next set of Nexus devices.
This week’s Android Circuit includes a detailed look at the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Edge+, the design flaws of the new S Pen, leaked details on the new Nexus 6, Android One's African expansion, Amazon's new 'free apps' program, changes at Lab126, Cortana's arrival on Android, thoughts on Project Ara, and impressive battery results from Android Marshmallow's beta.
Android fans have been patiently waiting for Google to release a followup to 2013’s Nexus 5, which has become one of the most beloved Android phones ever made. A new report claims that Google is finally going to fulfill their wishesShow More Summary
We haven't been sure how far off we are from seeing LG and Huawei's Nexus devices aside from obvious expectations o "before 2016." But if one reputable Korean outlet is to be trusted, the wait won't be much longer than a month.
Sony has just launched the Xperia C5 Ultra in India but it is already facing tough competition from other smartphones that are yet to be released, and one of them is the Nexus 5 2015.
The most recent rumor we have heard about the LG Nexus (2015) is that it will be released on the 29th of September. While the rumor did not mention anything about the Huawei Nexus, we can only assume that it will share a similar date,...Show More Summary
If a report from Korean website MKPost is accurate, we’re only a month away from the LG Nexus 5 (2015) debut.
The rumors are suggesting that this year we could be treated to two Nexus handsets. One from Huawei and the other from LG. Unfortunately apart from leaked photos and alleged specs surfacing online, it’s really anyone’s guess as to when these phones will actually be launched, but now we might have a date. Show More Summary
Thanks to a series of leaks, images of the LG Nexus (2015) have started to circulate the web and in case you weren’t entirely convinced, new images have popped up online courtesy of user @manu09090 who posted photos of the front panel of the upcoming handset. Show More Summary
The second coming of the Nexus 5 (2015) is right around the corner. The phone has been leaked enough times that it’s almost a certainty, although details surrounding official specs, pricing, and availability are still up in the air. Okay, so we only really know what the phone will most likely look like when it...
It’s been almost 2 years since the original LG-made Nexus 5 arrived on the scene and we’ve seen a lot of advancements in mobile hardware since then. While there’s no doubt the phone will be a huge upgrade for anyone still clinging onto their Nexus 5 for dear life, it might not be as “super...
Google plans to release two Nexus handsets this year, according to a number of reports that have probably covered all the main details about the handsets. LG made a new Nexus 5 for Google while Huawei built a new Nexus 6. Both handsets...Show More Summary
Android updates take forever. While that’s okay most of the time, it can be a problem when a new, terrible security vulnerability is found. Whether you want to protect your phone, or just can’t wait for new updates, here’s how to skip the line and update your Nexus phone (and occasionally other devices) manually. Read more...
You know how much of a pain it has been to activate a non-Verizon branded Nexus 6 on Verizon, even though the phone is completely unlocked at all times and fully works on Verizon’s airwaves? For a while, it was pretty tough. In fact,...Show More Summary
It's about time: Those "open access" requirements on Verizon go back to the 2008 auction for 700 MHz spectrum.