When Android fans learned that Google’s upcoming new Nexus phones wouldn’t actually be Nexus phones at all, speculation began running wild. Google would reportedly partner with HTC to produce two new phones, which obviously sounds suspiciously similar to the setup Google has had for years with its Nexus lineup. But the Pixels, according to rumors, would be designed by Google from start to finish, as is the case with Google’s Pixel-brand Chromebooks. Some Android fans hoped aloud on forums and social networks that Google’s new Pixel phones would be powerhouse Google devices that set the bar for Android handsets, but a new leak suggests that won’t be the case. MUST SEE: iPhone 7 vs. Galaxy Note 7 speed test: This is just embarrassing… Is the Nexus brand dead? Will Pixel replace it? We won’t know until Google unveils its new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, and that reportedly isn’t happening until next month. But in the meantime, leaks continue to help paint a more complete picture of what we can expect from Google’s next-generation pure Android devices. Sadly though, it’s not all good news. Apart from the fact that Google’s two new Pixel phones look a bit ugly in the renders
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