How about a nice triple dose of rumors as we head into the weekend? We’ve gathered up three of the more interesting unconfirmed reports floating around the internet this week as it pertains to Android and the smartphone space. Let’s get to it!

Google Pixel phones pricing

According to Nexusblog, the upcoming Google smartphones will carry price tags of $449 and $599 when they debut. Both phones are said to be 32GB versions but other storage capacities are expected; however, pricing for those is not yet clear.

READ: The Nexus lineup is dead.

In case you had not heard yet, the Nexus line of phones are reported to be rebranded as Pixel this year. With that in mind, the Sailfish could be called the Pixel while the Marlin gets the moniker of Pixel XL.

Samsung Veryon

In the mobile industry, you never know what new thing may be announced. It’s no surprise that we tend to keep our eyes and minds open as to what we may see coming, as each generation an unexpected new feature or two gets added. In this case, it’s the Samsung Veyron.


According to PC Tablet site out of India Samsung is working on a flip phone with flagship-grade specs. This is quite strange considering that flip phones are rarely seen, and if so are usually found in an Asian country. This particular flip phone has insides comparable to devices like the Samsung Galaxy S7, and while we don’t know anything of its looks, we do know quite a bit about it.

Motorola Moto M

Details surfacing this week indicate Motorola may be readying a Moto M under the model number of XT1663. Spotted on some benchmark sites a few weeks back, it has the makings of a more compact smartphone experience.


Hardware details allegedly include a 4.6-inch 1080p display, 3GB RAM, and a 16-megapixel rear camera. Powered by a MediaTek octa-core 1.9GHz CPU and the Mali-T860 GPU, other specs may include an 8-megapixel selfie camera, rear fingerprint sensor, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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  1. With these specs who are they trying to compete with? Mid rangers only and I’m sure most people would like to choose from one high high end phone and the mid range phone.

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