AS per the resources, we come to know that one of the biggest company present today which is called GOOGLE is going to do a partnership with the MOTOROLA and they both combinedly going to launch a new smartphone named NEXUS PHONE which could break the market by its sale.it has some features which are new for android lovers.
Google and Motorola planning for a new Nexus phone
The Nexus line is definitely not dead. Over the weekend, a report from android gurus claimed Google and the soon-to-be Lenovo-owned Motorola are working together on a 5.9-inch Nexus phone. Today, a separate report from the info (subscription required) corroborates the earlier report and provides additional details.
Android Police pointed out the existence of a new Nexus device in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) , code-named “Shamu.” As we went over before, Nexus devices are always named after fish. The Nexus 5 is called “Hammerhead,” and the 2013 Nexus 7 is called “Razor.” The devices discovered before I/O were “Molly,” which ended up being the “Flounder,” which hasn’t surfaced yet but is believed to be a 4:3 Nexus tablet made by HTC. (In the Google frequently shows a 4:3 Android tablet next to other Nexus devices.)
Pixel, as astute Google-watchers know, isn’t actually a new brand; it’s been around since 2013, when Google launched it origional crome book pixel laptop. Since then, the Pixel name has represented high-end hardware designed entirely by Google — though up til now, only in the realm of laptops and tablet convertibles.
So for the first time, what we’re seeing now with the Pixel really is the long-fabled “Google phone” — a high-end device where Google itself does everything from picking out components and managing the supply chain to designing, engineering, and fully managing distribution. Google is even making its own accessories, which may help with the lackluster availability we’ve seen in that department for Nexus devices in the past.
Stop and let that sink in for a second. Google, the software and services company, is now a full-fledged phone manufacturer — going head to head with all the other companies that make and sell Android phones. Only it, of course, also controls the Android operating system along with all of the associated Google services.
Being in AOSP and having a fish codename means the device is definitely a Google-made Android device. The report, which was labeled a “rumor,” says Shamu is a 5.9-inch device that will be manufactured by Motorola. It also mentioned the possibility of a fingerprint sensor and a November release. The name “Shamu” would certainly fit the theme of a large device.
The Information chimed in, saying that Motorola and Google were working on a “phablet” but did not specify the size, reporting the device is “expected to be unveiled later this year.” Citing “people familiar with the matter,” The Information said that Google wanted to work with Motorola to give the new Nexus some of Motorola’s trademark features, like always-on voice commands. Ironically, now that Google and Motorola are parting ways, the report said that the companies are free to collaborate without raising any concerns about preferential treatment from OEMs.
The other interesting tidbit in The Information’s report raised questions about the future of the rumored Android program. Silver was supposed to replace the Nexus program with devices that would be sold in carrier shops with “no or very limited customizations.” The report revealed that Android Silver was being led by Google Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora. Earlier this month, it was announced that Arora would be leaving the company, which The Information said raised “questions about how much firepower Google will give to the Silver program.”
A 5.9-inch screen would put the new Nexus squarely in competition with samsung line. It would also be the latest in a line of quickly ballooning Android flagships. The LG G3 both came in at 5.5 inches, and the Nexus line started at 3.7 inches before growing to 4, 4.65, 4.7, and 4.95 inches. With a potential 5.9-inch phone, that trend looks to continue. We’re gonna need some bigger pants.