The next Nexus will be made by Huawei! Confirms a insider

Rumors of a partnership between Google and the Huawei¬†working on the next Nexus together have been ‘confirmed’ by an insider.

It finally, seems to be confirmed by an insider at Huawei, that the Chinese phone giant will produce Google Nexus smatphone. Not only that, the same insider stated that the phone will be available towards the end of this year. Since Google updates the Nexus in the months of October-November the timing seems about right.

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The partnership could bring only great results for Huawei  given the potential and value to the name that a partnership with the giant Google can bring. Especially in the US market where Huawei struggles.

It’s to early to say about the specs of the Huawei Nexus, but we can speculate based on¬†rumors in the last weeks that pointed at a ¬†5.7-inch 2k panel for the device, Snapdragon 810 is also expected packed aside with 3or 4GB of Ram.

For now it’s everything, any news we will inform. But feel free to leave your opinion about the next Huawei Nexus device.

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  1. MaxPower
    June 18, 2015

    If the leaks are confirmed then I can see a huge fail

  2. nilinaxolotl
    June 18, 2015

    Back speaker? pffttt

  3. Fandi1303
    June 18, 2015

    oh no,why snap 810???

    • balcobomber25
      June 19, 2015

      I think its going to be a Kirin SoC possibly the 920.

      • MexiDroid
        June 20, 2015

        and what about the custom roms??

    • Stef
      June 19, 2015

      Some like their eggs scrambled (and on the go).

  4. balcobomber25
    June 19, 2015

    This could be huge for the Chinese market as a whole and for Nexus fans. For the Chinese market this will bring a premium phone to US shores and show people that Chinese phones aren’t the cheap knockoffs everyone seems to think.

    For Nexus fans Huawei has some of the best looking phones in the market today and they have amazing build quality.

    • June 19, 2015

      Why is does this affect the Chinese market at all? You can’t really use a Nexus device properly in China because all Google services are blocked. Nexus devices aren’t that great without the Google services.

      I see that it’s good for Huawei and it could add credibility for Chinese manufactures as a whole, but I doubt you could even buy it in the mainland. You’d need to make a field trip to HK to get one!

      • balcobomber25
        June 20, 2015

        I meant more this is good overall for the Chinese phone industry, market was a poor choice of words. As in for many customers in the west this will be their first real Chinese phone and they will realize it is no different from their LG or Samsung Nexus devices. This can help to change the perception in the US of Chinese phones being cheap knockoffs. You would be surprised how many tech bloggers still have the conception and how some of them will say some of the most moronic things that are 100% false.

  5. KS
    June 19, 2015

    Finally, a Nexus phone from China…YES!!!

  6. fangbanger
    June 19, 2015

    Mediatek please ?

    • Bojan Radovanovińá
      June 19, 2015

      kernel source please?

  7. Bojan Radovanovińá
    June 19, 2015

    Huawei with SD!?
    no way!
    then it would be same as any other phones from some other manufacturer.

    and i hope it wil NOT be bigger then 5′ , especially not 5,7′.

  8. June 19, 2015

    Google is going the Samsung route this year and will be releasing 2 Nexus phones, a “standard” size and a “large” size.

    The standard size device will be coming from LG and will have a 5.2″ display. I would be surprised if the large one from Huawei was as small as 5.7″, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a 4K 5.9″ or 6″ device (to compete with the upcoming 4K screen on the Note 5).

    Who knows what processor the Huawei device will use, Huawei wants to show off their in house silicon, Google doesn’t want another checkbox in the “cons” column, so will push for a less controversial option.

    I’m not an inside, I’m just summarizing the news I read so far.

  9. June 20, 2015

    If you want to being robbed by chinese scammers…

    Get to GEARBEST or should I say GEARWORST

    And purchase your phone there…

    • Bojan Radovanovińá
      June 20, 2015

      wait little bit….i am giving them few more days. after buying Mi band, they have shipped it after 10 days, at least they say they did.

      it’s now 15 days on it’s way, so i still have hope that i am not scammed.

      but, i must say, all things that i have buy from china vie ebay, i did get. or refund from sellers. so it’s not like chinese people are all scammers, it’s just like in every other nations, you have noramal and you have the one call themself ” **** best “

    • Abdullah M.
      June 22, 2015

      Gearbest is perfectly legit. I bought an MX4 Pro and it came on time. They have great customer service as well. Why don’t you provide any evidence for your claim ? You just cannot create a bad impression in readers’ minds about Gearbest like that !

  10. Steven Fox
    June 21, 2015

    As bad as the S810 is the Kirin 935 is worse, don`t know why everyone doesn’t just go with the Helio X20 when it’s available.