Taking into consideration that there are a couple looming flagships, Google may come up with a premium-specs 2016 Nexus, and a 6 GB RAM in one of the flagships.
Reportedly, the two new iterations will be based on the same concept as the current-gen Nexus 5X and 6P, and will be launched at the same time to be the top-tier, 2016 editions for the 5.0-inch and 5.5-inch display lineups for Google Nexus.
Meanwhile, a three-dimensional version of the Google Nexus 2016 smartphone's renders released by Android Police to give avid Nexus fans a glimpse of the highly-anticipated Nexus smartphone has been created by Techconfigurations.
Rumors mills have not ceased swirling speculations around the much-awaited Google Nexus 2016, and if the latest leaks doing rounds are anything to go by, the search engine giant will be launching two new Nexus smartphones for its flagship lineup.
Recently surfaced renders crack wide open what the looming HTC-made Nexus flagships, codenamed "Sailfish" and "Marlin look like.
The design choice seem to be a bit outmoded, however the smartphones are quite promising overall.
As far as specs and features of the Google Nexus 2016 smartphones are concerned, they will reportedly be powered by a Snapdragon 821 processor, recently announced by Qualcomm.
The two new iteration will be in line with recent top-tier releases, not settling with a trademark design and finish from the previous Nexus lineups, BGR reported.Several tech publications hint the new HTC-made phones will sport thinner bodies, slimmer profiles and will be housed in metal-and-glass construction.