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Nexus X “Shamu” Possibly Teased In Google’s Android Commercial

10/14/2014, If anything, Google has not be very subtle when it comes to teasing new devices. After all last year’s Nexus 5 was not-so-subtly spotted in a Google video which unveiled the KitKat statue, so in all honesty why would the upcoming Nexus X “Shamu” be...

WSJ: Nexus X To Launch Sometime This Month

10/10/2014, Will Motorola’s Nexus X be your next Android smartphone? Well if you had your eye on the device especially after its rumored specs has made it extremely compelling, you might be interested to learn that the Nexus X has been rumored for a launch later...

Nexus X “Shamu” Spotted At GeekBench, Looks Impressive

10/06/2014, We have heard the rumors that the upcoming Nexus X/Nexus 6 from Motorola could be due for a launch this month, although at this point in time there have been no invites sent out by Google or Motorola, so we guess as far as a release date is concerned,...

More Nexus X Details Surface

09/29/2014, There has been a fair amount of buzz surrounding the upcoming Google Nexus X for quite some time now (which is also known as the Nexus 6 just in case you were wondering), so much so that plenty of ground concerning the device has already been covered. For...

Motorola Shamu Mock Up Spotted

09/24/2014, In the past, we have seen a smartphone that is known as the Nexus 6, as well as the Nexus X, or even carry the code name Shamu – it does not matter, since a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet, similar to this upcoming device from the...

Yet Another Nexus X Leak Arrives

08/27/2014, It looks like the Nexus X is not one to shy away from rumors, as yet another leak has hit the news today with French retailer fnac.com showing up a listing for the device – before said page was removed after someone at fnac.com must have spotted the...

Nexus X Benchmarks “Confirms” Android L To Be Android 5.0

08/25/2014, Android 4.0 was Ice Cream Sandwich and many had expected Google to jump to Android 5.0 with Jelly Bean. Instead Jelly Bean was introduced in Android 4.1, which was then followed by Android KitKat at version 4.4. This undoubtedly threw off some predictions...