Next Nexus tablet to rock Intel’s 64-bit quad-core chip?

Next Nexus tablet to rock Intel's 64-bit quad-core chip?

We’ve been telling you that Google may launch the Nexus 8 later this year. According to AndroidPit, that device could easily end-up using Intel’s 64-bit quad-core chip, which was announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress. The report suggests that the next Nexus tablet will be unveiled alongside Android 4.5 at some point this summer,…

Google looking to fix Nexus 5 battery drain bug

Google looking to fix Nexus 5 battery drain bug

You may’ve heard or even experienced it yourself – Nexus 5’s battery can be quickly drained. Google acknowledged the problem and even went on to explain what’s causing it. Apparently we have the camera software to blame for this. The process called mm-qcamera-daemon opens to allow apps like Skype to use the snapper on the…

Bright Red Nexus 5 Now Available On Telus

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The bright red Nexus 5 has found a new home on Canadian carrier, Telus. Yes, the same phone that was released on Halloween last year, but in an intense red color is now available for Telus customers who need to brighten up their lives. Those of you hankering for the red Nexus 5 can grab…

Nexus 6 to be made by LG?

Nexus 6 to be made by LG?

And we thought Lenovo scored the deal to make the next Nexus smartphone? That seems logical now that the Chinese firm is owning Motorola. According to Gizmodo Germany, that won’t be the case, with LG continuing to make devices for Google. Gizmodo’s report goes on to suggest that the Nexus 6 will be a “lightweight”…

Nexus 8 launching at the end of April?

Nexus 8 launching at the end of April?

The earlier rumored Nexus 8 may launch at the end of April, DigiTimes is reporting. Citing sources from Taiwan’s supply chain, the site says Google won’t be making Nexus 7 any more to avoid “price competition in the 7-inch segment.” Instead, it will launch a new tablet in the space that is currently dominated by…

HTC-made Nexus 10 coming later this year?

HTC-made Nexus 10 coming later this year?

HTC had hard time succeeding in the tablet market, despite launching some rock-solid devices in the past. If I would have to pinpoint one reason why the Taiwanese company failed to gain traction in this space, I would say – timing. They had great products but at the time they were introduced in the market,…

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