HTC rumored to be making next Google Nexus smartphones

By Sudhiir

Google next flagship Nexus device could be made by HTC, according to an internet leak by reliable insiders. The new leak also says that HTC will come out with two Nexus Flagships.

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HTC made a Nexus phone way back in 2010. Eveer since then its has been companies like Samsung, LG, Motorola and Huawei who made the Nexus device. Samsung made the Nexus S, LG made the Nexus 4, Motorola made the Nexus 6 and Huawei made the Nexus 6P.

HTC rumored to be making next Google Nexus smartphones

Google has used the Nexus flagship as a platform to showcase high-end technology for other phones. The software on the Nexus has always offered a pure android experience, without any UI based on the android platform.

@LlabTooFeR, is a popular twitter account known for leaking android news.According to @LlabTooFeR HTC could be making two Nexus devices in 2016. HTC is likely to make a T50 with a 5-inch screen and it will also make a T55 that has a 5.5-inch screen. Comparing the Nexus flagship with iPhone could make sense as the iPhone 6S has a 5.5-inch screen.

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It's not clear about how Google chooses its partners for the Nexus devices every year. However, till now all companies like Samsung, Motorola, LG, Huawei and HTC came out with at least one Nexus device in the past. However, Samsung came out with two Nexus devices in the past.

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