Going all the way back to the original Nexus One, the range of Google Nexus smartphones released over the years has always set the standard for what an Android smartphone should be. And while the phablet-sized Nexus 6 from Motorola is a perfectly capable device, it’s also much too large for some people’s preferences. What if I told you that Google is going to address than in 2015 by releasing not one, but two Nexus smartphones at the same time?

This is completely unprecedented, as in the history of the Nexus line, Google has only ever launched one phone per year, in addition to any tablets or other devices they may announce. In line with earlier rumors, the companies reportedly shortlisted for the 2015 Nexus smartphones are LG and Huawei. Not in line with previous rumors is that both companies could be releasing a Nexus phone this year.

LG is hardly new to the Nexus program, having been responsible for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5, but this would be the first time for Huawei. According to the most recent rumors, Huawei would have a more phablet sized Nexus with a 5.7-inch display, while the yet unnamed LG-made Nexus would rock a smaller 5.2-inch screen. The rest of the specs are still totally up in the year and everything could change between now and later this year.

What say you? Would you be more inclined to get the LG or the Huawei version?


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