The Smartphone maker Motorola (a Lenovo Company’s) is working on next Nexus Smartphone, according to the latest report. There have been several rumors around the next Nexus smartphone, including that the search giant Google will dump its Nexus program in because of Project Android Silver.
In this latest report, which mentions that the next iteration of the Nexus Smartphone, will be unveiled later this year or in the fourth quarter of this year 2014, with Motorola is working on the device. In some of the rumors, which comes from Google’s issue tracker, and first was spotted by Android Police, which shows the ‘Shamu‘ reference for a device. The report has also suggested that the next Nexus smartphone is set for a November release and will head to major mobile carriers in the US along with other regions. According the reports which claim that the rumored ‘Shamu’ will sport a 5.9-inch display and will come with a fingerprint sensor.
Earlier the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 was manufactured by LG for Google. And in the meanwhile, revealed it is not working on the Nexus 6. According to the Android Police the user who filed the bug with ‘Shamu’ reference in the Google issue tracker was a company named, Spirent Communications, a company that tests devices for errors.