LG has confirmed this week during the Mobile World Congress being held in the city of Barcelona in Spain that it has plans of bringing back its LG Watch Urbane LTE 2nd Edition in the later part of 2016, as explained by a spokesperson for the South Korean tech giant.
A week ago, Google had stated that it would begin rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow (the latest version of the Android mobile operating system after Android Lollipop) to Google Nexus handsets this week.
Fulfilling the promise it made earlier this month, Google introduced a couple of new Nexus mobile devices -- the Nexus 5X (built by LG) and the Nexus 6P (built by Huawei) -- during the tech giant’s event held in the city of San Francisco in California this Tuesday.
Google has just released invitations for a press event happening before the end of this month, and mobile users could see the tech giant announce its latest Nexus handset and a few other new devices. Indeed, the company has already begun sending out invites to various media, basically enticing them to witness the unveiling of some new treats from Google in September 29th of this year.
Google is apparently preparing to introduce a couple of new Nexus handsets within this month. The tech giant is planning to hold an event on September 29th of this year in the city of San Francisco in California, and during this event, Google will be announcing two Nexus devices -- a smaller edition manufactured by LG and a bigger version made by Huawei (as indicated by reports last month).
For diehard Android fans who feel like their Nexus devices are starting to get old -- here is some good news for you. It appears that Google is joining forces with not one but two Android original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in producing its next Nexus offerings.
Are you still planning to buy the Nexus 5 smartphone? You may not be delighted to hear that Google is planning to stop selling the device, at least from the Google Store.
If you try to check the 2013 Nexus device from the Google Store, you will see a message that reads: “the Nexus 5 is no longer available for purchase,” as well as a Not Available button on the upper right side of the page.
Here is some good news for owners of Nexus devices. Google has confirmed that the latest iteration of the Android Lollipop mobile operating system is already rolling out for the Nexus 4 smartphones, the Nexus 5 smartphones, and the 2013 Nexus 7 tablets offered by T-Mobile.
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