Google To Introduce Nexus 5X And Nexus 6P In September 29 Event, Will Shed More Light On Android Marshmallow
Google is all set for its September 29 event. Let us have a look at the devices and upgrades will Google announce tomorrow.
September 29 will mark Google’s first big event after the company restructured itself. The search engine giant is known for hosting events that announce its new versions of Android and latest Nexus devices during fall. Here is everything you can expect from Google’s “29th September event.”
The launch of Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P
According to The Inquirer, it is official that Google will announce Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, its next-gen smartphones, tomorrow. Both devices are said to be the next versions of Nexus 5 and Nexus 6, respectively. As we all know, Google always partners with another brand to manufacture flagship devices; this year the company has partnered with LG for Nexus 5X. Huawei will be seen building Nexus 6P.
Android Marshmallow, the most-awaited Android update, will start rolling after the September 29 event. The company will also give out details about Android M. If we are lucky enough, we might actually get to know which companies are introducing devices that run on Android M in 2016. A floating tool bar and an improved Google Now is something we are expecting Android Marshmallow to bring to our devices.
Google may also shed some light on the features that have not yet been leaked or spoken about. This can include Nexus devices as well as Android M.