A few things to take you back by the whiskers: yes, it's still likely going to be a "Nexus," but it will run on the merged Android/Chrome OS.
The Huawei 7P is alive again in the rumor mill and it could be a Google-contracted tablet that may be released as a "Pixel" tablet. Let's talk turkey.
A benchmark log of the phone doesn't show a significant spec jump from previous releases and a clean version of Android Nougat being run.
So, the Honor 5X has long been around the US, but what if we got another version of its that could act as the follow-up to the Nexus 6P?
IFA begins on September 2, but Huawei wants to kick-off the party the day before with a few smartphone releases of its own in Berlin.
Maybe instead of hopping into the forums or calling up customer assistance you could figure out what's wrong with your Nexus smartphone by screen sharing?
The manager of the South African unit of Huawei has confirmed that the company will be putting out another Nexus phone this year.
The original Nexus 6P has a Snapdragon 810 processor and 3GB of RAM. What's this new benchmark showing a Nexus 6P with a Snap 820 and 4GB RAM?
The Chinese manufacturer that made the Google Nexus 6P last year has filed a trademark for a similar name for a potential non-Nexus successor.