Nexus 6P “might” come with an external microsd slot

After Nexus 6P came to FCC there was one important thing to notice from the FCC doc.What’s that you ask ? Mention of Microsd !. The two references are included in the device’s General Description area, where FCC filings tend to describe some of the functionality of the phone being tested. The odd references speak of an external interface, ... Continue Reading →

Nexus 6P Hits FCC too With Support for All US Carriers, Including Verizon

First it was Nexus 5X which hit FCC and now its the turn of Nexus 6P. Like the Nexus 5X, there are North American and international models. The NA model is the Huawei H1511 and the international unit is H1512. Both stopped at the FCC. If you see the below image, we see measurements for the device that match up to the leak over the weekend for the most ... Continue Reading →

What do we know about Huawei Nexus 6P – specs and features

Recently, someone leaked a Nexus 6P review guide on reddit and gave a lot of information about the next nexus phone.So what do we know till now from the leaks and the information we have.Coming to the specs, It sports an all-metal body for a “ super cool look and feel,” is “fast” and features a big 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display. The processor ... Continue Reading →

Google is Releasing Android 6.0 Marshmallow on October 5

Canadian wireless carrier Telus says that Google will begin pushing the Android 6.0 update on October 5 to Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 devices.With the new devices LG Nexus 5X and Huawei Nexus 6P releasing today they should be getting the new Android 6.0 update as well. And since Google always ships the latest OS in new devices this date does make sense.The ... Continue Reading →

Android L set to drastically improve battery life, according to initial tests

For each Android release, Google likes to have a “Project” that picks an area of weakness and focuses on tuning the whole OS to fix it. In Jelly Bean we had Project Butter, a concerted effort to make Android’s UI animations run at 60fps. In KitKat there was Project Svelte, which aimed to get the OS running on only 512MB of RAM. Now ... Continue Reading →