Google to position upcoming devices to rival the iPhones, match top Android devices
In the next couple of weeks, we are expecting to see a couple of devices from Google and right now, there is a division as to one thing – the naming on the smartphones. One report suggests that the device would be called the Nexus and that this would be the 2016 version of this long running line and there is a new report to suggest that Google could ditch the Nexus branding name altogether and start to put their own names on the smartphone.
Right now, the report also claims that Google is looking for the perfect way to place this device in the market such that it would be on par with other top Android smartphones as it would feature very high end specifications and top pf the shelf build and as well, in a way that would help it fight the impact of the iPhone in some markets.
From brand new leaks, we have seen some of the specs of the smaller variant of the upcoming phone which was codenamed the Sailfish and just a few hours ago, the specs from the Marlin – a much bigger and better version –also leaked courtesy of AnTuTu.
Documentation from HTC has certified that the company would be making two new smartphones for Google and in the coming weeks, we stand to know how Google aims to surpass the iPhone and also, what naming system these new ones would employ.
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