Google’s upcoming flagships to be named the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P [REPORT]

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    Rumour mills have been fairly active in leaking insider information on the upcoming Nexus handsets. As you may be aware of the Nexus device from Google is said to come in two flavor this time around - one from LG and the other from Huawei.

    Google’s upcoming flagships to be named Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P

    While the LG Nexus device is supposed to come with a Snapdragon 808 SoC under the hood, the Huawei device is tipped to feature the latest top of the tier Snapdragon 810 chip. Further there's a few more information regarding the upcoming LG Nexus device which is said to be a camera centric model and will be dubbed the LG Nexus 5X. The name originates from the Nexus 5, the Korean company had built 2 year back.

    Google’s upcoming flagships to be named Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P

    Unfortunately though much weren't yet know about the Huawei device, especially when it comes to naming purposes. However a new report by Droid-Life claims that the Google is planning to call the device from the Chinese OEM as Nexus 6P. The information coming from insider sources seems to be quite credible as of now.

    Google’s upcoming flagships to be named Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P

    However there's still a chance that Google may plan to rename their handset at the last moment. With the launch scheduled on the 29th this month it is just a matter of time till the device are official. Nevertheless one thing is for sure the device won't be placed in the Nexus 7 series - considering the fact that the name has been already assigned to their existing tablet! This is in fact on of the major reasons why Google is in a fix with their naming nomenclature for the two devices.


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