Sailfish OS is billed as the world's only "alternative" mobile operating system at MWC 2018, coming soon to Sony's Xperia XA2, the next-gen Gemini PDA, and unnamed feature phones.
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.
The Pixel and Pixel XL may be financed if you're lucky and will come with options to extend its warranty. Also, Verizon will have a lot to do with them.
The Nexus Launcher is not happening, but the exact same thing is. It's just going to be called the Pixel Launcher, because... Google. Phones.
This isn't the 5-inch (or so) Google Pixel 'Sailfish' in the flesh, but it's pretty much the next best thing: render images and a 360-degree video.
Pre-orders for Google Pixel and/or Pixel XL smartphones are rumored to begin the same day the two are announced, including from carriers.
Android 7.1 is technically still a Nougat variation, but it could bring a number of big new features to the table, starting with the Pixel and Pixel XL.
We're reportedly only a month or so away from the official death of the Nexus brand, and the rise of Google Pixel phones, as well as some other stuff.
The Turing Phone Cadenza is the most advanced mobile device you won't ever be able to actually own, looking as realistic as a Hulk Hogan US presidency.
The devices, codenamed "Sailfish" and "Marlin," will reportedly not be known as Nexus smartphones, but rather the "Pixel" and the "Pixel XL".
HTC has long been said to be making Google's Nexus-branded smartphones this year. It may just be making two "Google" phones after all.
HTC and Google may command a higher price for the coming Nexus devices. Some would say comparatively and uncomfortably high.
The V20 will be loud and clear known on September 6. But word is that it won't be shipped to customers until after when the Nexus phones launch. In October.
All of the major features that have been leaked over the course of the year for Android 7.0 Nougat may come in a maintenance update this fall.
Too early to know anything for sure about the Google/HTC Nexus Marlin? Well, we're 99 percent certain these are its main tech specs.
A pair of Google-branded phones could debut next month instead of two new Nexus models, which HTC may or may not help produce and sell.
Documents submitted to the FCC indicate that these two devices will be supported by Google through that company's Nexus program.
Real pictures of what's claimed to be the smaller of two near-identical Nexus phones have come out. Rumors about its design have also been dispelled.
The promo shows off some Googlers jumping up for a photo, only for it to not be taken. Darn "Storage Full" box. Well, what's the phone, there?
We don't know its market name, and we can't be 100 percent sure of the manufacturing company either, but most of the Nexus Sailfish specs are set in stone.
Carrier exclusivity is probably out of the question, but we wouldn't be shocked to see the 2016 Nexus Sailfish and Marlin "bloatified" on Verizon.
Android Nougat might not have the code that will let every Android device ease up on your eyes at night. It could be a Nexus exclusive.
Likely following in the footsteps of the LG-made Nexus 5X in October, but built by HTC, the Nexus Sailfish could sport 4GB RAM and a 5-inch FHD screen.