Motorola could build the next Nexus device
After Google denied rumors that claimed they have plans to discontinue the notorious Nexus range, recent leaks reveal that Motorola is already working on a 5.9-inch Nexus phablet. While nothing is official yet, it looks like Google's competitor for the iPhone 6 will launch this fall.
According to the latest rumors, HTC is working on a 9-inch Nexus tablet, codenamed Volantis, while Motorola's Shamu is a smaller device and both will launch this fall loaded with Android L. Only bits of information about the specs of the device are available at this time, as it only known that the Nexus 6/Motorola Shamu will feature a fingerprint sensor and its screen size will be close to 6 inches.
Since Google already mentioned they will not kill the Nexus family, remains to see when will they reveal more about these upcoming devices. Unfortunately, there is still plenty of time until November, when both Volantis and Shamu are expected to hit the market, probably during the Android L launch event or soon after it. We will keep you posted as more info becomes available.
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