It was said earlier Google is planning to ditch Nexus branding completely with these newly coming phones. Followed by another that claims HTC will be the last OEM to deliver two device under the Google Nexus brand. The Nexus 6 (2016) is although rumored upcoming flagship, codenamed HTC Marlin (M1) and another would be the HTC Sailfish (S1). Lets get rid of all these speculations on-time now.
A recent leak points at the upcoming Nexus 2016 models suggesting that Google might bring that device with a completely new design language, with two-tone colors at the back. Now that a Reddit user outed the reimagined color formats (themes) which in many’s decision Google should undoubtedly consider.
The Redditor has taken those to the next level with some colors. The newly crafted renders show in red, white, silver, and black…
Wait! Unfortunately, these are only roughly reflective of the upcoming “Sailfish” and “Marlin” HTC Nexus phones set to launch later this year. On Friday these have been posted AP-leaked designed images in four different color themes. The Reddit user, David Ruddock says that “the shape of the phone on these “renders” isn’t even right,” and that “none of these colors exist.”
As per the original report, there will be one model with an aluminum finish and a white face, another with a dark gray finish and a black front. If that’s the case, the Google is also reportedly considering an “electric blue” version, but that color was sadly not depicted in these fan-made renderings.
Important to note is that the rendered images surfaced today are not pushed by Google or any sourced image channel that is claimed to be anything realistic for the 2016 Nexus device. The user just Photoshop-ed it for his anticipation.
Check out the renders below:
Specifications-wise, both the devices have similar innards and rumored to sport the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 4GB RAM, 32GB or 126GB of storage. There we have a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera alongside an 8MP front-facing sensor, as well as bottom-firing speakers and USB Type-C ports on both the models. Only difference between the two HTC Nexus devices would be its screen-size.
These renders show the only logo to be a ‘G’ at the bottom rear of the device’s rear.