Many people are still wondering if the Nexus 2016 will ever be released anytime soon. The new flagship Pixel and Pixel XL devices are scheduled to be released on October 2016 in a special Google event. Thus, the rebranded Nexus smartphones are going to replace the Nexus 5X and the 6P. Here are things that you can expect from the Nexus Pixel mobile devices.
Expected Release Date
Based on the announcement made by Google, the said devices will be released on October 4. This will be that day a new flagship mobile device from Google would be unveiled. Hence, if the said devices will be the ones to be released, they will be expected to reach the market by end of the month or middle of November.
Cost of Google Pixel Higher?
The range of mobile phones from Nexus has always been considered affordable flagship devices. Also, such devices combine power, design, and affordable price in a single package. Therefore, it will be highly unlikely that it will change on the new models Pixel and Pixel XL.
Nevertheless, the Pixel line might cost you more than you will expect. In fact, the Chromebook Pixel and Pixel C devices were designed as premium products. Thus, Google might not consider competitive prices, but somewhere that should reflect its positioning and brand.
Rumors About the Product
It has been rumored that the Pixel and Pixel XL will replace the Nexus 5X and 6P. Moreover, these devices are going to be smaller compared with the Nexus devices released in the previous year. At the same time, the Pixel model will have a screen size of 5 inches while the Pixel XL will come at 5.5 inches.
All-Metal Premium Devices?
Rumors never seem to end as the Nexus phones are rumored to have all-metal designs. Therefore, the Pixel and Pixel XL are going to be premium devices made with all-metal body. But, only one of the two smartphones will reflect the all-metal frame.
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