News by Luke Jones on Wednesday July 15, 2015.
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It is pretty clear by now that Chinese company Huawei is building Google's next flagship Nexus device, taking over from Motorola's Nexus 6. Recently Evan Blass (famed @evleaks tipster) has been back in action and his latest info suggests that the Huawei made Nexus will be a beast of a smartphone and will bring some first to Google's range.The handset will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a chipset that is not available yet but will be by time the Huawei Nexus lands. Once again Google is opting for a phablet size with the latest Nexus coming with a 5.7-inch Quad HD panel, 0.2-inches smaller than the display found on the Nexus 6. There is also going to be a fingerprint sensor (a first for Nexus), a feature that Huawei already adds to its high end smartphones and one that was all but guaranteed here. That's because Android M features a fingerprint API with Android Pay, the new Nexus will of course the be the first available device with M on board. Blass also offered a Q4 release date for the Huawei Nexus, but that was pretty much a given already as it follows the annual cycle Google is on for its hardware brand.
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