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HTC and Google have reportedly signed a three year deal to make the Nexus devices. The latest news comes only a month after LG said it will stop making the Nexus phones in order to focus on its own brand.
Images and specifications for the LeEco Le 2, a possible successor of the popular Le 1s has surfaced. As per the leak, the phone sports a metal body, USB Type-C and ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. It is expected to be powered by either a Snapdragon 820 SoC or the MediaTek Helio X20 SoC and come with a massive 4GB of RAM.
Android Lollipop has become the most widely used version of Android and is now present on 36.1% of devices. Meanwhile, the Marshmallow adoption is still crawling at 2.3%.
IDC has predicted that the worldwide tablet shipment will decrease by 5.9% in 2016 as demand for hybrid or the 2-in-1 devices will surge this year.