Google, OnePlus and Samsung are getting ready to bring you the hottest devices around. Are you ready for the ride? Let’s see what today’s news is all about!
The guys over at Android Police have managed to get themselves some pretty juicy details on Google’s plan for the next Nexus… or Nexi. As it turns out, their sources swear there will be more than one Nexus smartphone coming this year, coming from different manufacturers.
These phones are said to be the LG Bullhead and the Huawei Angler (some crazy code names). LG’s Nexus is said to be the smaller version, with a 5.2-inch screen that will make some of you much happier. The Korean manufacturer is said to be planning on putting a Snapdragon 808 in this phone, which means its performance should be like the G4’s.
On the other hand we have a much larger phone coming from Huawei. This beast is said to measure in at 5.7 inches. It’s not larger than the Nexus 6, but it’s still mighty big. Huawei plans to stick a Snapdragon 810 in this bad boy, as well as a massive 3500 mAh battery.
Opinion: This is exactly what most of you were asking for – an option for both sides of the spectrum. Some people love their large devices, and others prefer pocketable smartphones. Also, the same sources say there is no tablet in the works, just in case you were wondering.
OnePlus is saying it’s “time to change”, and it seems this time they are going to be shaking up the industry. At least that is what they said in their latest teaser, which also says we will learn more about it on June 1st.
The image pretty much shows an eraser erasing a OnePlus One. It’s pretty much all about going back to the drawing board.
Opinion: So all signs point toward a possible OnePlus Two, right? This is exciting!
We have all seen this Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge multiple times, right? It has been leaked and teased all over the web. Samsung is ready to take the veils completely off this phone, and it truly looks like a beauty.
This limited edition smartphone comes with a fancy box and an Iron Man-themed wireless charger to go with your handset. The bad news is it doesn’t seem Samsung is ready to treat all markets with this special phone. It will launch in Korea on May 27th, with China and Hong Kong following in June. There is no mention of it coming to other markets.
Opinion: Come on, Samsung! You need to bring this thing to America!