Written by Staff Writer
27 Jun, 2016 | 4:37 pm
It’s no secret that Google has ambitions to build its own Android phones, but according to a report and anonymous sources at mobile operators have told that Google is preparing to release “a Google-branded phone,”.
A senior one among them has said that the device “will be released by the end of the year.” This handset is said to be distinct from Google’s branding endorsement of Nexus phones manufactured by its partners, though no details are given as to why and how it’ll be produced.
Google’s official timeline for the release of its first smartphone is for 2017 via its Project Ara modular phone initiative. There’s zero chance of Ara being ready for the market before 2016 is through, which suggests that this report, if it turns out to be accurate, is concerned with a more regular Nexus-class device.
It’s tempting to think this could point toward the mythical Pixel phone, which is more a fan fantasy than an established project within Google, though that also seems extremely unlikely.
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