Remarks made by Huawei’s Charlene Munilall to Gearburn in South Africa have kicked the Google Nexus gossip step up an indent.
“We’re doing the Nexus again this year, coincidentally,” Munilall said, and additionally indicating an SIM-empowered MateBook was en route.
With nothing else official from Google or Huawei to go off it would seem like Huawei is the picked accomplice for no less than one of the Nexus gadgets this year – that would be nothing unexpected, considering the Nexus 6P was so generally welcomed.
In any case, that negates past reports that HTC was the organization making both the midrange and top of the line Nexus this year. Those reports are from legitimate sources as well, which makes us think both Huawei and HTC are plotting Nexus discharges this year.
Knock up the specs
It’s conceivable that Huawei’s Munilall is discussing an overhauled adaptation of the Nexus 6P, a hypothesis that would count with the Geekbench benchmarks we saw transferred back in April: despite the fact that the gadget name was recorded as “Google Nexus 6P“, the inward specs didn’t coordinate the telephone discharged a year ago.
On the other hand, Munilall could allude to an alternate sort of Nexus gadget through and through, however, that appears to be improbable. Whatever the fact of the matter, it’s looking more likely than not that another Huawei Nexus gadget of some portrayal will be with us before 2017.
In the event that Huawei is plotting a rendition 2.0 of the Nexus 6P or a shiny new telephone through and through, you can make sure it will have support for Daydream, Google’s new VR stage.
Huawei has officially affirmed it has Daydream-prepared equipment in the pipeline, which would be another motivation to draw out an updated Nexus 6P.