Nexus 5, Android M Releasing Together? Plus Nexus 6 Update

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If rumors are to be believed, then Google Nexus 5, which is scheduled to be released at the end of this year, will have Android M pre-installed in it. While Nexus 5 will hopefully release in September or October, Google also plans on releasing the brand-new Nexus 6 sometime soon. Both the Nexus 5 and 6 will feature Android M. There are two separate codenames for the devices as they are being manufactured by LG and Huawei. Nexus 5 is called “LG Angler”, while Nexus 6 is called “Huawei Bullhead”. Read More

Chrome Browsing On Android Sucks

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People who remember the stock browser that came with all Android phones would know how torturous it was to surf the internet on it. It was slow and temperamental. But after Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it was replaced with Chrome for Android. And it was an improvement by miles! But Chrome for Android looks good only when compared with its predecessor. Judged on its own, the browser is still lacking in performance. Read More

The Next-Gen Nexus 6 Is Here

nexus6frontGoogle’s answer to the iPhone 6 is here. Every year, Google teams up with a manufacturer to build their next generation Nexus device, generally known for their high end specs, vanilla Android experience and faster updates, and their significantly low pricing options. This year, Google chose Motorola, the company that it acquired and is now selling to Lenovo, to make the Nexus 6. Read More

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Google Leaks Ads, Hints At Nexus 6 And 9

nexus 6Google has apparently accidentally ‘leaked’ three video ads, advertising and hinting at their long rumored upcoming Nexus 6 device. The videos were all short and had different Android characters, with the theme revolving around the phrase ‘Be there together, not the same’, claiming that there was a device for everybody. These were originally discovered by Christian Kolocho, and while they have since then been removed, you can obviously find them on the internet, namely on YouTube. Read More