Nexus is Google’s line of smartphones that run its own Android OS. And we believe they are working on its next Nexus device. Yesterday, we learned from SlashGear that a Chinese tech company, HuaWei could be manufacturing the next Nexus smartphone.
Today a new rumor leaked online that Google will once again team up with LG for the next Nexus. There are no official document on which company Google will partner with, may be both? For now all we know is the next Nexus will probably has a 5.2-inch display, that is it. No any details on the specs, features, price point, availability, or even just the processor that will power the device.
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The LG G4 is the company’s latest flagship handset that was reported not to support Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 when it was made official at the launch event late last month. However, the company has confirmed today that the LG G4 will in fact have that feature, bringing a sigh of relief for the potential smartphone buyers.
For those unfamiliar, basically Quick Charge 2.0 allows users to charge their LG G4 from 0% to 60% in about 30 minutes (LG G4 has a big 3000mAh battery).
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LG G4 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
Last week US Cellular added a new mid-range smartphone to its 4G LTE lineup, the Logos by LG. The new Android-powered device features a normal 4.7-inch HD resolution display, a 1.2GHz Quad-Core processor, a 5 megapixel camera with HD Auto Focus and a 1MP front-facing shooter, 8GB expandable storage, microSD card for expansion and a 2100 mAh Battery. There’s also the standard WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity and phone is already 4G/LTE enabled.
US Cellular is offering the device online and in stores now for $99.99 to prepaid customers.
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LG Logos Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures