Two Nexus smartphones could be released in 2015 - in 5.2 inch and a 5.7 inch variants - a new report suggests. LG is rumored to be designing the 5.2-inch handset alongside the bigger Huawei-built device. This would mark the first time that Google released two Nexus smartphones in the same year, and it could also mean that LG will build its second Nexus 5, with the original released in 2013.
Android Police’s Artem Russakovskii took to GooglePlus to break the news. This followed a report from GizmoChina of a Huawei-built 5.7-inch Nexus with a 2K screen and Snapdragon 810 processor, slated for release later this year.
What's more exciting, however, is the prospect of an LG-made handset. Russakovskii's source also hinted that the LG Nexus was coming, "with a planned 5.2-inch screen size."
The Nexus 6 was generally well-received, but many Android users prefer the cheaper and smaller Nexus 5. A new LG handset designed by the brains behind the highly-acclaimed and arguably most-loved Nexus phone is something that's sure to excite fans around the world.
As far as the names of the devices are concerned, we have no idea. We might see a Nexus 5 2015 (made by LG) and a Nexus 6 2015 (made by Huawei).
Head to our Nexus 5 (2015) rumors page for what we have on the device so far.