Google Nexus 2016: Top Rumors Which Are Probably True

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The Google Nexus 2016 is set to launch this fall yet fans simply cannot wait to talk about the upcoming smartphones. There have been countless rumors left and right about the Google Nexus 2016 and these have made many fans even more excited about the devices.

While there are so many rumors floating on the internet about the Google Nexus 2016 smartphones, chances are not all of them are going to be true. There are rumors though which deserve more weight than others so let us take a look at which Google Nexus 2016 rumors are probably true.

  • The Names ? It has been revealed several weeks ago that the upcoming Google Nexus 2016 smartphones are going to have the name Marlin and Sailfish. Until now, there have been no other possible names that have surfaced for the device. The Marlin is said to be the high-end flagship model while the Sailfish is going to be the entry level version of this year?s Nexus smartphones.
  • HTC as Manufacturer ? In the past, it was initially reported that both HTC and Huawei could each make smartphones for the Google Nexus 2016 project. Later on, it was rumored that only HTC alone will be making the 2016 Nexus smartphones. The latter seems to have more truth to it as BGR reports that a recent leak has all but confirmed that HTC is going to be making the new Nexus devices.
  • Both Will Run Android 7.0 Nougat ? This is almost a no-brainer for the Google Nexus project as the upcoming smartphones are almost definitely going to have the latest Android OS. The Marlin and Sailfish could be the first devices to run on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box so Nexus fans have a lot of reason to be happy about.
  • Similar Design to HTC 10 ? The HTC 10 is the company?s flagship smartphone which it released earlier this year. One rumor that is probably true is that the Nexus 2016 smartphones could have a similar design to the HTC 10. While that is not entirely a bad thing, expect only similar design elements in the Marlin and Sailfish as surely the Nexus Project will incorporate something to the phones to make it unique.

So, are you excited about the Google Nexus 2016 smartphones? Be sure to hit us up on the comments below to tell us what features you are most excited about.


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