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HTC allegedly working on two Nexus devices

HTC flagships M7, M8, M9, 10, HTC currently working on two new Nexus handsets
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These Android N-driven devices are Marlin (M1) and Sailfish (S1), but there is not much known about them yet.

Google Nexus is a successful family of devices, and it looks like the first two ones to be driven by Android N are already in the making. Although there is not much known about them, numerous recent rumors and leaks mentioned these two devices, codenamed Marlin (M1) and Sailfish (S1).

Notorious leakster Evan Blass only revealed that "HTC is building a pair of Android N devices for Google internally dubbed M1 and S1" and nothing more. However, many others added to the hype and also provided a few additional bits of information. For example, Marlin is said to be the successor of the Nexus 6P, featuring a quad-core processor, most likely the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, next to 4 GB of memory. Unfortunately, there is no such information available about its companion, Sailfish.

Since the two devices will not come out before Android N becomes official, we should just wait for the next batch of leaks. For now, all should be taken with a grain of salt, since there is no official information about the HTC M1 and S1.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-04-28 (Update: 2016-04-28)
Codrut Nistor
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