Nexus Huawei flagship phones announced in October

Nexus Huawei flagship

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has arrived, however, we’re not finished with enormous Android telephone dispatches for the year, as a couple of new Nexus handsets are still to arrive and when they do they could have signal controls incorporated with their unique mark scanners.

That is as indicated by Android Police, which got hold of a picture demonstrating that on the off chance that you swipe down on the back confronting scanner the notice plate will drop, giving you a snappy and simple approach to check your notices.

It’s not a pivotal component, as Huawei has incorporated this with some of its leader cell phones incorporate the Mate 8 and P9, however, it is really helpful and efficient.

The site cases to be “greatly sure” that it’s a genuine element, yet noticed that it could be evacuated before dispatch and is uncertain whether it will touch base on the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P or simply the new Nexus M1 and Nexus S1 (otherwise known as Marlin and Sailfish).

The other eminent thing in the picture is the extremely blue shade of the telephone, which is accepted to mirror an “Electric Blue” shade that the Marlin and Sailfish handsets may be accessible in.

What’s more, on the off chance that you favor getting your hands on a blue Nexus we additionally now have a superior thought of when you may have the capacity to, as a “trusted source” of Droid Life has proposed that October 4 could be the dispatch date of the new telephones.

We’d expected a September or October dispatch, so it’s a credible date, however just as much the same number of different dates in September or October would be, so bring it with a squeeze of salt.

Quite if the new Nexus phones do dispatch then it would mean the LG V20, which is arriving at some point in September, would likely be the principal new handset running Android Nougat. We knew it would be among the, to begin with, however advancing beyond the current year’s Nexus telephones is a peculiar situation.

Despite the fact that current Nexus handsets like the 6P and 5X will even now most likely be the first to run Android 7.

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