The latest Android handset from Google is coming out soon – showcasing the best that the OS has to offer, the next Nexus is rumoured to be bringing some great innovation and big changes. It will without a doubt be one of the most impressive phones of the year, and we can hope to see a new version of Android being released at the same time.
As it will be revealed later this year, the Nexus 6 is sure to reserve us a few surprises.
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Google’s handsets are usually released around the same time as a new version of Android, so we shouldn’t expect the company’s latest smartphone to launch before September. The two previous releases (Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P) were both announced in September 2015 – we’d say it’s very probably Google will stick to a similar date this year.
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We obviously cannot say for sure what the new Nexus phone will look like, or predict the whole spec sheet – however, we can have a look at this concept video to get an idea of what the handset might be like:
Please note that this video in no way represents the finished product of the new Nexus 6 2016, nor was it created by Mobilephones.com, all credit goes to the listed YouTube channel through which this video is displayed.
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If Google continue with the kind of specs they’ve been putting out over the years, here’s what you can expect from the upcoming release:
The latest version of the OS is scheduled for a release in September and is sure to bring many new features to the table. With multi-window support, allowing users to display more than one app at a time on their screens, more interactive notifications enabling replies without launching an app, and a Google assistant fully integrated into conversations to give suggestions as the exchange develops.
The update is also expected to bring 72 new emojis (don’t act like you’re not excited about this), a better settings menu, a data saver to block app’s background data usage, and the battery-saving Doze on the Go.
Now this is all just rumours for now, but reports suggest that HTC could be the next manufacturer to collaborate with Google on their Nexus devices, although Alphabet (Google’s parent company) has stated they would be taking a more hands-on approach with the next set of Nexus phones, by working more closely with the manufacturers and playing a much bigger role in design, hardware, and software production.
Google’s Daydream platform is set to make an appearance on the Nexus smartphones released in 2016, as well as a VR headset and controller which could potentially launch at the same time as the phones later this year. As the headset will require a smartphone to be used, it would only make sense to pair it with a brand new Nexus.
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