HTC One (M8) has been fairly well received in the tech world. Since the phone got a massive response from critics and consumers alike, reports about an HTC-made Nexus 6 have surfaced on the web.
According to a latest report, Google has collaborated with Taiwan-based HTC to produce forthcoming Nexus 6. Further, the Nexus 6 could resemble the metallic clad HTC One (M8), which has been named the best designed Android phone ever made.
Trusted sources close to Tech Times have revealed that Google neither choose LG nor Lenovo but instead zeroed in on HTC to produce the Nexus 6. This isn't shocking, however, as HTC manufactured the first ever Nexus handset back in 2008.
At the same time, if rumors are to be believed HTC could be making the 8-inch Nexus 8 tablet too. These are the closest signs suggesting Google's great bonding with HTC. The main reason why Google choose HTC over other players is primarily because of the HTC One (M8) build. That's why Google wants HTC to manufacture first-generation Nexus 8 tablet device.
Well, there is no fixed date as to when Google will launch the Nexus 6. Media, in particular, widely believed that Goggle would unveil the HTC-made Nexus 6 at Goggle's I/0 on June 24. If you recall, Google's VP Sundar Pichai had also hinted at the Mobile World Congress that the device would be announced sometime in October.
Last month, an unconfirmed report had stated that the Nexus 6 was supposed to be a lighter version of the LG G3.
Google's next Nexus is always a heavily rumored affair. The prevalent rumor surrounding the Nexus 6 is its design similarity with the current generation HTC One (M8).
Rumor has it that HTC-made Nexus 6 would have at least 5.5-inch FHD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB RAM and 16/32GB of internal memory.
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