In the eyes of consumers, Google owned Motorola Mobility is doing very well, but a quick look at their balance sheet shows they are in fact far from a healthy company, which could be why rumours of an acquisition by Lenovo have stirred up.
News of key Oppo staff setting up their own smartphone brand, OnePlus, has spread far and wide. While we don’t know much about their plans were are excited to see what they have planned and wonder if they have what it takes to produce the next Nexus phone.
Smartwatches seem to be the ‘in’ thing this season. After the likes of Qualcomm, Sony, Samsung, etc. presented their own renditions of the wearable technology concept, upcoming manufacturers like India-based SmartNamo have been up to the task as well. Google are said to be working on one too, if you missed it. We have to admit, things are moving ahead at a faster rate than expected!
The fact that the massive Google Inc. has been working on a smartwatch for a while is a known for a while now. This eagerness to join the smartwatch league comes after Samsung and Sony successfully launched their smartwatches in the market a few weeks back.
Contrary to what we’ve been seeing in the past about the next-gen Nexus smartphone, it might actually be called ‘Nexus 4 (2013)’ instead of Nexus 5. We saw Google adopt the same nomenclature with the newest Nexus tablet — the Nexus 7 (2013) — and with rumors of Google trying to unify the Nexus design, parallel naming strategies was only on the cards.
Probably the most looked forward to Android device at the moment, the Nexus 5, just made another appearance on the internet. Going by what we see this time round, the design of the device does in fact seem to be in agreement with the mystery Nexus device caught in Google’s promotional video for Android v4.4 KitKat.