This week we’re having a peek at what very well could be — but
 probably isn’t — the next Nexus smartphone from Google. What
 you’re seeing here is a smartphone render in a video spot for
 Google Project Fi. This is Google’s new data network working
 with T-Mobile USA and Sprint networks to bring data to the
 Nexus 6. Strange, then, that the video doesn’t actually feature
 the Nexus 6 first, it features a rendering of a different
 device. It’s a basic design, one that wouldn’t be out of place
 amongst Huawei’s current smartphone lineup.

The tip on this story comes from Brian P Rubin at ReadWrite, who attained the following
 explanation on the device from Google: “These renderings are based on a generic
 phone modeled off the Nexus
.” Simple enough, right?

This indicates two things. First, and most importantly, Google
 isn’t going to be limiting their data service to the Google
 Nexus 6 for long.

They’re already expanding.

Next, it suggests that while this very Huawei-looking device
 might just be a rendering, there could be a possibility that
 brands like Huawei could be joining the Google party soon.

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of a Huawei Nexus
 smartphone. The device you’re seeing here is the Huawei Honor 6
 Plus mocked up to look like a Nexus smartphone.


Above and below the images come originally from our Huawei Honor 6 Plus Review which you can
 read in full right this minute.


This is the conceptual Huawei Nexus 8 — and again, it’s not real.


Can you imagine a Huawei Nexus device?

How much do you think such a device would cost?

Could a Huawei Nexus device be the start of another revolution
 at Google, one where devices are both high quality and low in

We shall see!

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