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Google Hints at a New Device in Project Fi Video; Next-Gen Nexus 5 May be in the Works

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Google Hints at a New Device in Project Fi Video; Next-Gen Nexus 5 May be in the Works

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The Nexus 5 has been touted as one of the best products to roll out from the Google lineup. The handset, featuring a Full HD Display and 2.3 GHz processor, came with an affordable price tag and sold like hot cakes. Now there are reports stating that the internet giant is working on a refreshed version of the flagship. The next device has tentatively been titled as Nexus 5 2015.

A technology portal called Android Origins states that a new version of Google Nexus 5  might release in two variants. The video released last week by Google on Project Fi also displayed a new device, which resembles the Nexus 5 from the front. The device render stayed for almost 16 seconds on the video with Project Fi support on it.

Google Nexus 6 15

Google’s recent mobile carrier plan that allows users to switch between Wi-Fi and cellular networks is limited to Nexus 6 only. The company announced that its upcoming devices will come with support to Project Fi. It’s quite possible that Google was talking about the next-gen Nexus 5. Since it is called Nexus 5 2015, the device is expected to release sometime this year.

According to the source, both Huawei and LG will be working on the Nexus devices. LG will be responsible for the Nexus tablet or the Nexus phone, while Huawei can bring out inexpensive versions of the two.

Have a look at the Project Fi video below from timeframe 0.16 to 0.32 to check out the phone renders:

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Shushant Verma
Shushant Verma

It wiil we be a good option for people who wanted to buy nexus but did not want a phablet, but i haven't heard of any rumors or leaks from any trusted source so i will not believe it unless there's some evidence