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HTC ‘Marlin’ Nexus Specifications Leaked

HTC is broadly anticipated to be running on the 2 new Nexus devices codenamed M1 and S1, the quick paperwork for codenames ‘Marlin’ and ‘Sailfish’, to release this 12 months. Both the ‘Marlin’ and ‘Sailfish’ are rumoured to be the platform lead gadgets for Android Nougat. Now, a new leak has surfaced tipping the innards of the larger of the two rumoured HTC-made Nexus devices. According to Android Police, the HTC ‘Marlin’ is said to recreation quad-center Snapdragon 820 or the rumoured 821/ 823 processors, and feature 5.5-inch QHD (1440×2560…

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Google Makes OTA pix to be had for Nexus devices alongside factory pictures

earlier than every new Android model comes out within the marketplace, Google releases numerous preview updates for testing, after which the very last replace. those updates are to begin with made to be had most effective to pick out Nexus devices through manufacturing unit pictures. users needed to liberate bootloader on their smartphones to get the modern-day replace, however at the expense of wiping their telephone statistics absolutely. but, Google is now making to be had the total over-the-air (OTA) binary pics for Nexus gadgets. customers can sideload those pics…

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HTC Tipped to release 2 Nexus Smartphones This yr, Codenamed M1 and S1

a new leak suggests HTC is working on Nexus devices codenamed M1 and S1 to launch this 12 months. The leak corroborates an in advance record that stated Google’s discern organisation, Alphabet, had signed a 3 year settlement with HTC to make Nexus devices. dependable tipster Evan Blass (popularly known as @evleaks) has tweeted info of the subsequent HTC-made Nexus gadgets. Blass tweeted, “HTC is building a pair of Android N devices for Google internally dubbed M1 and S1 #nexus.” Android Police in a file says the names advised by…

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Android N Beta Program OTA ‘Soft Bricking’ Some Nexus Devices; Fix Available

Google last week released the Android N Developer Preview earlier than expected offering developers a look at the new features of the upcoming Android build. The Mountain View giant also announced Android Beta Program which will allow users to test the new version, and receive new builds as an OTA update. Some Nexus users are reporting that after trying to install the over-the-air (OTA) update, they were unable to boot their devices. Several users took to Nexus Help Form and AOSP Issue Tracker to report the issue. One of the…

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