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Motorola would make two Nexus smartphones this year; this is the second Nexus

Only a few months ago we believed that a new Nexus was not going to be launched on the market, but that the Nexus program was going to disappear, and it would be replaced by Android Silver. However, later we learned that there will be a new Nexus this year, a Nexus 6 that Motorola will make. Well, it will not be the only one, because it seems that there will be a second Nexus smartphone that will be launched this year, and that Motorola will also manufacture.

The rumor comes from Android Police, who says that according to their sources there is a second smartphone that would be another Nexus smartphone, and it would not be the Nexus 6. This new smartphone would have a 5.9-inch screen and would have Shamu as its internal name. Keep in mind that Nexus smartphones and tablets have as internal names the name of a fearsome sea animal. In this case, Shamu is the name of one of the first aggressive killer whales to be caught for water shows. A smartphone with this name has appeared in google error logs, having been reported by Spirent Communications, a company that is responsible for analyzing smartphones and tablets for errors.

Motorola Moto X + 1 What is known about this new Nexus is that it would be a smartphone that Motorola would manufacture and that it would be marketed by the main operators in the United States, as well as by other operators in other countries. We can hope that in Spain, a country where Nexus smartphones and tablets are always launched, this new Nexus will also be marketed. In addition to the 5.9-inch screen, the only thing we know about the technical specifications of this new smartphone is that it would have a fingerprint reader. However, it is likely that it resembles the Motorola Moto X + 1 in terms of technical specifications. The launch of this new Nexus smartphone would be in November, so the Nexus 6 should be launched first.

Source: Android Police