Google has sent an invite to press and the media people about its new tasty treats event that it will be holding on the 29th of September. The inbox message sent by Google, the most popular search engine giant, says that the visitors are in for tasty new treats on offer from Google at the event. There were rumors circulating on the internet that Google had planned to bring out the new Nexus phone and devices in a few weeks time. It looks like the September 29 event will be on those lines.
Google might be bringing out the Nexu5 and Nexus 6 launch updates during the event. It is not that easy to predict Google’s move and they could spring a surprise or two at the tasty new treats event. Google has roped in both Huawei and LG to bring out different kinds of Smart phones under the Nexus phone banner. Also, there would be more news about the next generation of Android called the Marshmallow.
LG was the brand that came out with the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 phones previously. Now, Google has invited Huawei as well as it is slowly becoming a force in the Smartphone race. There are reports that LG will be working on a standard Smartphone with normal size and Huawei is given the responsibility of coming out with a larger handset with premium features.
The Huawei designed Nexus brand Smartphone is what Google would be brought into the market to give tough competition to the likes of Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus.
There will be other new treats in store at the 29 September Google event as Google would most probably launching the 2nd generation Google Chromecast, the media steaming dongle. This Chromecast comes with multi-room speaker support, better Wi-Fi connectivity, quick playing and better audio feedback.
Another special thing about the September 29 event is that it will be the first major event for the new CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, and he could spring a surprise or two at the event. Both the Nexus brand phones would be coming out with the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS version, front facing stereo speakers, fingerprint readers, USB Type C and laser autofocus camera.
Google has confirmed that this 29 September event will be streamed live through its YouTube channel. Let’s wait and watch what Google will be bringing out at the event.