Google have today announced the Nexus 6 from Motorola, the Nexus 9 tablet from HTC and Android Lollipop, the new version of Android. Rumours and leaks have been plenty on all three fronts as they usually are when it comes to new phones, tablets and OS versions and as usual, people haven’t been all that far off.
First up is the nexus 6, a 6 inch device from Motorola that sports specifications including a 13 megapixel rear camera, a contoured aluminium frame and a 6-inch Quad HD display. What will be of great interest to many people I know are the front facing stereo speakers which
Next up Google have worked with HTC to bring their new tablet. The Nexus 7 from ASUS was a huge hit and no doubt a HTC tablet will do just as good. The Nexus 9 boasts a 8.9-inch screen that is perfect for both work and play and of course a great addition to your nexus 6.
The nexus Player is a the Google way of playing games and watching TV. This is made in conjunction with ASUS and will allow you to stream TV, film and you’ll also be able to play games on your TV.
What has had many people guessing is the name for the next version of Android. I know that Lego isn’t a pudding or sweet but I was thinking that Google might have moved away from food stuff, Android Lego does have a good ring to it and I’m sure Google could have had some fun with Lego.
Instead we have Android Lollipop and some of you may have seen this in one of their latest adverts for Google Search, a shop in New York that sells Lollipops had the red microphone you see when doing a voice search in place of a lollipop in their shop window.
Who’s going to be getting what and what do you reckon to the new line of Nexus devices?
More info can be found about the new nexus range over on the Android Blog.