Test Reveals 3x More Battery Life with Android Marshmallow

While the Nexus 5 powered by Android M was only down by 4.5%. The success of the Nexus 5 had hyped its original successor – the Nexus 6 – to an extent that Google could not keep up with. This is the latest on the Android Lollipop 5.1.1 and Marshmallow 6.0 updteas for the HTC One M9 and M8, as well as the LG G4, G3, and G2. As such, Google has made a decision to stay mum on the launch of the Nexus 5 2015.


As of this writing, there is no official confirmation on the existence of the Nexus 8 tablet from Google.

Thus, Project Fi together with Nexus 6 indeed offers great experience to its subscribers through fast and easy services.

There are new things that Google’s Project Fi can offer such as account management, improved global roaming experience, and improved activation and connectivity experience. The report said that Marshmallow powering a Nexus will deliver some three-times more battery life compares when the one running the show is Lollipop.

However, it’s worth noting that the recent test was done with a pair of Nexus 5s. Like most of the other rumours have pointed out, Google is making the Nexus 5 2015 in collaboration with LG again. However, industry experts speculate that Nexus 5’s battery will perform better with the coming of Android M’s final firmware.

Googles Nexus 5 features a 4.95-inch True HD IPS+ capacitive touchscreen with 1080 x 1920 pixels. You can expect stunning detail with accurate colours.

There’s no doubt that Google Nexus 5 has superb features, physical design and high-end specifications. LG has been working hard on the cameras in its smartphones. Rumours hint at an wonderful photo and video experience, solving one of the biggest problems in Nexus smartphones. Some include a 13-MP rear camera with OIS, auto-focus and dual LED flash. While they may not be as loud as HTC’s BoomSound, having two front firing speakers is always going to help a lot with media experience. The tablet had 2GB of RAM and users can pick between 16GB and 32GB of internal memory. There won’t be expandable storage as usual.


This set up, the same report added, is designed to work for all existing Nexus devices and is expected to be activated by default when the Nexus 2015 and Android M become fully operational. These innovations can be used few days from now in Nexus 6 phones that are unlocked or bought in Project Fi site. Are you interested in buying the next Nexus smartphone?