HTC Will Reportedly Build the Next 2 Nexus Android Smartphones
HTC, which built the Nexus One and Nexus 9 phones, will build two more of the upcoming smartphone models that will be powered by Android.
HTC is reportedly again being tapped to manufacture two Google Nexus smartphone models running on Android, after building two previous Nexus handsets.
The latest rumors about HTC’s move come from well-known news tipster Evan Blass, who posted several tweets on Twitter about his latest observations. Blass’ Twitter name is @evleaks.
“HTC is building a pair of Android N devices for Google internally dubbed M1 and S1 #nexus,” Blass posted in an April 27 tweet.
He followed his original message up with another related post, “So now I’m hearing that there are going to be both a Maxx 3 as well as a Turbo 3. #dejavu.”
Those two upcoming devices are code-named Marlin (M1) and Sailfish (S1), according to a related rumor report by AndroidPolice. “Google has a long history of naming Nexus devices…
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