Google Nexus 2016 Release Later This Month With Android Nougat Roll Out

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Google Nexus Marlin

Speculations about the new Google Nexus 2016 release are on the rise. It seems that consumers and fans alike are getting even more impatient. Just recently, fans were given a sneak peak of what the new Nexus phone will look like.

A Youtube video was released by of their render of the Nexus Marlin. This rendering is based on leaked images of Google?s next flagship smartphone. In the said video, Techconfigurations enumerated the possible specifications for the device. Included in this is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. Along with 4GB of RAM, USB-C port, 5.5-inch QHD display, and a rear-mounted finger-print scanner. Just to name a few.

Reports also suggest that the HTC Nexus phone will come in two variants. The first one being the Marlin, and the second one the Sailfish. With the Sailfish filling the niche for slightly cheaper phones.

Rumors are rife that Goolgle intend to release the two new Nexus phones on the same time of the Android 7.0 Nougat release.

Google Nexus 2016

Google Nexus 2016

As of this writing, HTC is having a promotion for their HTC 10 smartphone. They?re offering they?re phone with a JBL Reflect Aware C headphones worth $199. On top of this, the also included additional $100 voucher for the HTC website.

As the trend goes, companies like Apple and Samsung would introduce price reductions on their products weeks before they release their new line up. It could be that the same can be said for HTC. Owing to the fact the Google has partnered with HTC for their Nexus phones, it?s just logical that HTC do the same thing as Apple and Samsung have done. This promotion might not seem a direct discount but if you at it closer, the offer is still worth it.

Unfortunately, the news about the release are mere speculations. There are no hard evidences to support it. Not even a leak from famous tipster like Evan Blass.

Whether the Google Nexus phones will get released this month or not, fans would just have to wait and see.

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