According to the latest rumors spread AndroidPolice Google will present on October 4 whole host of new features including the new generation Chromecast able to get to 4K resolution, a viewer for Google DayDream, a voice assistant along the lines of Amazon Echo called Google Home, anticipated Google I / O, and the two successors of the Nexus renamed under the brand Pixel.
A device can be fully developed by Google it is rumored for some time and even more phones developed by HTC for the Nexus brand known by the names in the code of Marlin and Sailfish.
The two devices, according to the latest rumors, will have the Snapdragon 820 or 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel rear camera, front 8 and may be equipped with the technology DayDream.
The main difference between the two devices should reside in the screen, which for Pixel XL, known by the code-named Marlin, will have the size of 5.5 inches with a Quad HD resolution (2,560 by 1,440 pixels) while for Pixel, credited as Sailfish, in 5.2 or 5-inch version with a lower resolution.
Moreover these smartphones, unlike the Nexus range, should not mount the stock version of Android.
Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL to be released with Android 7.1 (NMR1).
15:34 – September 5, 2016
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According to some sources, the devices will be equipped with Android 7.1. Changes made to the operating system will focus on user experience that will boast a redesigned user interface, a new launcher called Nexus and the integration of some proprietary software. “We hope to add new features based on Android for the next Nexus smartphone,” he said Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO, at the Code Conference in recent months.
It is not yet clear whether the company eponymous search engine will continue to produce other devices with the Nexus brand, or if he decides to leave him completely. At the moment the development team has guaranteed software updates for the latest models of the range until 2017.
According to Evan Blass, former star of much anticipation, Google could also launch a 7-inch tablet later this year, developed by Huawei.