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  1. Android News

    HTC-built Pixel makes an appearance on Geekbench 4 with a Snapdragon 820

    While some rumors have claimed that the Pixel and Pixel XL will sport the new Snapdragon 821 processor, a new listing for the "Google Pixel" has appeared on Geekbench, showing that the phone is powered by the standard Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor.
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    New rumor suggests the Nexus Sailfish and Marlin will be priced at $449 and $599

    A new rumor gives us a look at how much the 2016 HTC Nexus devices will cost. The rumor states the Nexus Sailfish will be priced at $449 while the Nexus Marlin will be priced at $599 for each base model.
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    Antutu benchmark corroborates Nexus Marlin specs

    A new Antutu Benchmark for the Nexus Marlin seems to corroborate some rumored specs. The listing shows a Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera, and more.
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    The Nexus Marlin and Sailfish share a lot of design elements with the HTC Desire 10 Pro

    Comparing the rumored HTC Desire 10 Pro with the images we have of the two 2016 Nexus devices shows that the phones have a lot more in common than the Nexus devices have with the HTC 10. The displays, front speakers and camera, fingerprint sensors and a few other details appear to be a perfect...
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    Mysterious Nexus leaker reveals a new image of an upcoming Nexus phone

    After sharing an image of one of the upcoming Nexus phones over the weekend, a mysterious leaker has released a second image on Twitter which shows the phone from a slightly different angle. While the source claims that the phone has a glass panel which covers the entire back of the phone, the...
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    FCC approves HTC's 2 Nexus phones

    The HTC Sailfish and HTC Marlin have hit the FCC. The documents confirm HTC as the manufacturer, as well as proof that they will be Nexus devices. The documents also confirm that the devices are usable on all carriers and their respective LTE networks.
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    Now we can see what the 2016 Nexus "Sailfish" will look like

    The folks at Android Police were able to get their hands on a few pictures detailing the "smaller" Nexus Sailfish. The pictures show off an aluminum design along with the glass back that covers the top half of the rear of the device.
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    AnTuTu listing also confirms Nexus Sailfish will sport 4GB of RAM, Snapdragon 820

    Benchmark details for the upcoming Nexus Sailfish have surfaced on AnTuTu, reaffirming that the phone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM. Additional details from ANTuTU show that the phone will have a 1080p display, 32GB of storage, a 13MP main camera and 8MP...
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    Both 2016 Nexus devices will be available from Verizon

    Evan Blass has just shared that both Nexus devices will be making their way to Verizon. Unfortunately, Evan's Tweet implies that Verizon may spoil things for Nexus fans by including a few of the service provider's apps on the phones.
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    Supposed Nexus Sailfish benchmark reveals specs

    A benchmark of what is said to be the Nexus Sailfish has been posted at GFXBench. According to the result, the phone will have 4GB of RAM, a 5-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 11MP and 7MP cameras on the rear and front, and 32GB of storage.
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    Nexus Sailfish ROM build.prop sheds light on new details

    Evan Blass has shared the build.prop from the Nexus Sailfish. The file reveals that the phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and will have a display with a pixel density of 420. Previously, the phone's processor was listed as an unknown 64-bit, quad-core chip running at...
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    Here's how the supposed 2016 Nexus could look in different colors

    Someone photoshopped mock renders based on real prototypes of the 2016 Nexus to show different colors. This gives us an idea of what different color models could look like if Google ever chose to make them.
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    Here's what the 2016 Nexus phones may look like

    Android Police got their hands on images of the 2016 Nexus phones and created a mockup based on what they saw. The devices seemingly sport an interesting design, including a potential mix between glass and model on the rear.