Google doesn't hang about when it comes to new flagship phones. It launched the Motorola-made Nexus 6 in November, and now we're already hearing about the next-generation handset alongside a mysterious tablet.
And although there's not going to be a new Nexus device that's due in the first half of 2015, but we could possibility see the arrival of the two new devices later this year.
According to a report from GizmoChina, Google is planning to launch two new Nexus devices this year. The source points to Huawei and LG taking up the responsibility of the design and manufacturing.
LG has already partnered with Google in the past, meanwhile, China-based Huawei, has never got an opportunity to collaborate with Google.
Furthermore, it's being reported that Google may not like to renew its relationship with Qualcomm. Instead, both Huawei and LG might like to use their own chipsets. Huawei already produces Kirin chips, while LG has launched the NUCLUN chip. Obviously though, take this with a pinch of salt for now.
Google could look to undercut the likes of Samsung and Apple by offering a slightly lower priced Nexus phone. After all, it's a trick that worked well when Google launched the LG-made Nexus 5 in 2013.