Google's 'Nexus 6P' Android flagship said to offer 128GB storage option

Next week, on September 29, Google will host a media event at which it will formally launch Android 6.0 Marshmallow - the latest version of its hugely popular operating system - along with two 'showcase' devices for its updated OS. After a flood of leaks in recent weeks, it seems there's very little we don't already know about the two Nexus handsets, but yet another detail has apparently been revealed.

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According to Android Police, citing 'multiple trusted sources', the larger of the new flagship-class Nexus phones will offer a 128GB storage option, in addition to 32GB and 64GB flavors, which were also offered on last year's Nexus 6. A 128GB option on the new 5.7-inch Huawei-built device would allow it to compete more effectively with Apple's recently-unveiled iPhone 6s Plus, which will officially go on sale on Friday.

The smaller 5.2-inch Nexus handset, which is being built by LG, will reportedly offer much more modest 16GB and 32GB storage options - probably in an effort to make the device more affordable - but it seems likely that this device will get a microSD slot.

A further report last week claimed to reveal the names of the two devices. The LG handset is said to be called the 'Nexus 5X', while the Huawei range-topper will be the 'Nexus 6P'.

Source: Android Police

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