Buckle up as Google Nexus devices are coming on the 29th of September

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    Finally there's some credible news regarding the launch date of the upcoming Nexus device. Apparently Google will unveil two new Nexus devices -a regular sized Nexus made by LG and a phablet Nexus made by Huawei at an event on September 29th in San Francisco as reported by CNET.

    Buckle up as Google Nexus devices are coming on the 29th of September

    This new leaks seems to have been confirmed via official sources inside the company. Secondly Google generally launched their Nexus devices in the month of September, hence it isn't quite surprising to hear that they choose a similar date this year too.


    So far we presumably know a lot about the upcoming Nexus devices - all thanks to the tipsters! It is hinted that the LG Nexus 2015 will feature a 5.2 inch QHD display with a hexa core Snapdragon 808 under the hood. Add with this a 3GB of RAM and 13MP OIS camera. The leaked external footprint of the device is 146.9x72.9x8/9mm. Further it is said that the device will be a camera centric model.

    Buckle up as Google Nexus devices are coming on the 29th of September

    On the other hand the Huawei Nexus 2015 will feature a larger 5.7 inch display and a Snapdragon 810 SoC with near same internal specs. The leaked dimensions of the device is 159.4 x 78.3 x 6.6/8.5mm.

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    Furthermore both these Nexus devices will carry three signature features - dual-front speakers, fingerprint sensor and a USB Type C port. Needless to say that both the devices will run on Android M.

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