Google Nexus Pixel X Is Rumored to Land in the Market around September/October 2016


It has hardly been a week or two since Apple INC. has released its Apple iPhone7 in order to capture the smartphone market, and the interest in Apple iPhone 7 seems to be falling in the market. Now the things do not seem to be getting easier for the Smartphone Giant, Apple as Google, the world’s largest search engine company, is all set to take over the market with its brand new Nexus Pixel X smartphone in the coming month of October 2016.

According to the rumors provided by the trustworthy Google insiders, the company is planning to re-brand the gadget from the scratch. In simple words, Google is likely to take away its traditional Nexus name given to the phone. This much awaited Nexus Pixel XL is expected to land in the market with entirely revised and a new design approach to attract users.

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Google Not Killing Nexus Series – The Nexus 6 is Expected to be Released This Fall

Google_NexusGoogle’s Nexus line of smartphones has grown in popularity over the last few years with Android enthusiasts considering it as the niche handset that is popular with users all over the world. Amazing specifications, light on the pocket, streamlined Android experience are some of the factors that contribute to its popularity. Kicked off in 2012, the series has made significant progress in a market that was already saturated with great handsets, and secured a unique place for itself. The Nexus 5 launched subsequently in the year 2013 and came to be known as one of the finest devices released that year. In 2014, it will be the Nexus 6’s turn to live up to people’s expectations of the Nexus reputation. So when is it going to release? And what are the unique features that we can expect from it?

Nexus 6 Specifications

Google_Nexus 6

The Nexus 6 will reportedly be powered by a quad core Krait 450 processor clocked at 2.7 GHz. Moreover, it is expected to run on either Android 5.0 (Android L) or Android 4.5 OS. This super-phone is expected to show an improved display with better viewing angles over the previous model ‘the Nexus 5’.

Google's NexusThe camera is one of the most important hardware these days in a Smartphone as people don’t want to carry heavy DSLR cameras in their bags. The next Nexus is expected to come with an improved sensor, maybe 13 or 21 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and better night time picture and 4K video recording capabilities.

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