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4 brand new Android phones you might want this year instead of the Galaxy S6

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

4 brand new Android phones you might want this year instead of the Galaxy S6
News from BGR:

The Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 may have stolen the show at MWC 2015, especially the Galaxy S6 edge version, but that doesn’t mean all smartphone buyers currently considering a new Android handset will go for a high-end device. Nor should they, since the S6 is ridiculously expensive and there will be plenty of cheaper Android devices launching soon, running Android 5.0 Lollipop right out of the box.

In what follows, we’ll be ta…………… continues on BGR

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Is this our first look at the LG G4?
News from Phandroid.com:

Talk about the LG G4 at AndroidForums.com!

Every company falls victim to a leak or two ahead of their flagship devices’ official unveiling, and LG is no different. The LG G4 has escaped our grasps for far too long, but we might have just gotten our first look at the thing.

Surprise, surprise: it looks like almost every LG flagship device we’ve seen the past couple of years, rear button placement and all. The leak was provided by @onleaks, which is manned by one of the editors from credible French technology blog NowhereElse.Fr.

We’d say that’s pretty good reason to believe this leak will hold up, but if the HTC One M9 debacle taught us anything it’s that no one truly knows anything until the official goods are delivered. It’s…………… continues on Phandroid.com

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Next Nexus phone coming from LG: No consistency in the brand

Monday, October 8th, 2012

Next Nexus phone coming from LG: No consistency in the brand
News from ZDNet:

Summary: Google has shown a willingness to share the love with its Nexus-branded phones and tablets, a move confirmed to continue with the next Nexus phone from LG. This will be the fourth hardware partner making a Nexus device, preventing consistency in the brand.

Google’s Nexus line of phones and tablets is the flagship line for the Android platform. Each Nexus device has debuted with the latest version of the Android OS, without OEM customizations to complicate things. Nexus devices have usually gotten updates in a timely fashion, something rare in the Android space.

CNET has confirmed that the next Nexus phone will appear this month, produced by LG. This will be the first time Google has teamed up with LG and it should help the latter break into the US market. The phone is expected to be heavily influenced by the LG Optimus G as seen in the photo above.

“LG is among the companies that’s still struggling to turn a profit on its smartphone business. The company is hoping for better this holiday season, with AT&T selling its Optimus G and keeping the Optimus franchise name intact.” — Roger Cheng — CNET…………… continues on ZDNet

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LG’s rumored Nexus Android phone may be stingy with storage
News from VentureBeat:

Another year, another flagship Nexus Android smartphone on the horizon. This year, it looks like LG is the leading contender to build the next Nexus phone, and if you believe the rumors, it may be a bit of a shock to Android fans.

LG’s Nexus is reportedly based on the company’s Optimus G smartphone, will feature wireless charging, and is target for a mid-November launch, according to MoDaCo.

But the site also notes that it will only be available with 8GB and 16GB storage options initially, won’t allow for expanded storage with MicroSD cards, and won’t even let you swap out the battery. These all sound like a surprising amount of limitations for what’s supposed to be the next flagship Android experience.

Since the launch of the Nexus One (built by HTC), Google has used the Nexus line to serve as a model for all of the Android phones that would follow for the next year. The other devices in the lineup, the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus (both built by Samsung), further refined what the ideal Android phone could be. The Nexus line is also notable for being the first to sport new versions of Android, while other Android phones have to wait for their manu…………… continues on VentureBeat

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