HTC reportedly working on two new Nexus smartphones running Android N

HTC is reportedly working with Google to build two new Android N-based Nexus smartphones

By: Tech Desk | Updated: July 23, 2016 2:16:10 pm
Google had partnered Chinese smartphone maker Huawei for its 2015 Nexus 6P (Source: Shruti Dhapola) Google had partnered Chinese smartphone maker Huawei for its 2015 Nexus 6P (Source: Shruti Dhapola)

HTC is reportedly working on two new Nexus smartphones – model numbers S1 and M1. The detail has been leaked by Evan Blass who tweeted about HTC’s plans.

While Evan Blass holds the record for being accurate with most leaks, there is nothing official from HTC or Google yet. Another report at Android Police has also confirmed HTC’s plans.

According to Android Police, the HTC Nexus devices are codenamed Marlin and Sailfish. Google has a history of naming its Android devices after aquatic life. Google Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P were codenamed Bullhead and Angler respectively.

The Android Police report also claims that the details have been confirmed by a Qualcomm engineer. While Google has maintained a tight security around its next Nexus devices, we could get more details about them during company’s developer conference, Google I/O 2016 which starts from May 18 in California.

Also Read: Google Nexus 6P review: Camera shines in this ‘premium’ phone

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