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Major hardware releases are said to be due out next fall, but there is at least one early arrival rumored for this year...
Hello, Pixel, bye-bye, Nexus! Google has just made the rebranding official, confirming there are "no plans" for future Nexus releases.
From the Pixel phones to the Andromeda products to all things smartening up the Internet of Things and your Wi-Fi network, Google is getting on steroids.
Huawei could have been Google's silent partner for the production of the Pixel and Nexus 6P-following Pixel XL phones, with HTC the rumored "plan B."
Google Hyperdrives to Andromeda! Will Android and Chrome finally merge? Also, no more in-house hardware from Blackberry? #PNWeekly Podcast episode 220!
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.
Huawei SuperCharge is the nearly guaranteed market name of the company's looming fast charging technology, previewed last year.
If we don't learn of anything else, the new Android OS update will take place before Google announces its new Nexus hardware.
The manager of the South African unit of Huawei has confirmed that the company will be putting out another Nexus phone this year.