Google may unveil its next Nexus device this month

Good news coming this month, the press event that Google invites to could see it unveil its next Nexus device, and other things from Google.
On September 29th the media are on an appointment to “a morning conversation about some new treat from Google”
Googlethis will be the first major event with Sundar Pichai as the CEO of Google.
We know that Google isn’t always predicable, but now a lot of people say that the new Google hardware is coming.
Earlier this month CNET said that a Nexus launch was planned for the 29th, and there ‘s been speculation that Google has tapped both LG and Huawei to build different sized phones under its Nexus brand.  
The Nexus devices runs with pure form of android and is optimized for Google’s mobile software and it is worth mentioning that CNET also said that the company announced the name of its next version of Android…”Marshmallow”.
The Nexus devices are also usually fairly inexpensive, but Google doesn’t manufacture the phones itself since it  employs companies such as LG to manufacture its devices,  where LG previously created the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 phones .
A growing force in the global smartphone race Huawei — hasn’t ever worked on the project, but It’s speculated that LG is working on a regular sized smartphone, with Huawei contracted to develop a larger handset.
This news would be an interesting so this device would be an interesting development that fits with trends in the market. Both Samsung and Apple have released ‘little’ and ‘large’ devices to suit different tastes, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus from Samsung  ,  iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus from Apple have released and it seems like a strategy that others are embracing too.

That is not all, since 9to5Google reported last week that Chromecast 2.0 will land later this month with a number of improvements such as faster WiFi connectivity, faster playing, multi-room support and improved audio feedback.

Let’s wait to the end of this month to see what’s in a quiver of Pichai.

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