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Android L Nexus 9 And Android Wear 2.0 Scheduled For Next Wednessday?

Ramish Zafar
Posted Oct 8, 2014
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Looks like things have started to heat up in Android world this October. Not only is HTC launching several new devices today in New York but now we also have a potential date for Google’s next event. HTC is expected to debut several devices today, which include a potential new HTC One M8 and a 12 MP front camera beast, the HTC Desire Eye.

However that is not the only place where the company is expected to make a bang this year. HTC has also confirmed that it is indeed the manufacturer behind Google’s Nexus 9 – a Tegra K1 beast that is expected to satisfy all of your mobile gaming needs.

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Google To Launch Much Awaited Android L Nexus 9 And Android Wear 2.0 Next Week.

Android Police founder Artem Russakovskii claims that he believes that it’s highly probable that Google will indeed be officially upgrading it’s roster next Wednesday. The upgrades that can be expected are all spectacular indeed. Artem believes that next Wednesday we finally get to lay our eyes on the Nexus 9 and Android L as well.

Things have already started to heat up in Nexus 9 territory, with HTC also having confirmed it’s part in manufacturing the device. Android L and Nexus 9 are perhaps the most highly anticipated Google launches this year.

But these aren’t the only things that might be coming next Wednesday. Google might also be bringing Android Wear 2.0, it’s response to Apple Watch and Android TV. On the subject of Nexus 6, Mr Russakovskii believes that the device can be expected to be with us in November. So a little more wait for those who are eager for Motorola’s Shamu.

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The information comes with a strong disclaimer, with Mr. Russakovskii advising not to trust it without further confirmation or word. If true then next Wednesday should be one exciting day indeed. So stay tuned folks.

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