If this recent rumor is to be believed, Google’s upcoming Nexus smartphone that’s being developed by Huawei may be a must-have for people who do a lot of international travelling. Apparently the device will have a single PCB board supporting all bands, which means that no matter where in the world you go, you’ll be able to access any available LTE bands. While this has always been possible to achieve, most companies choose not to support all bands as a way to cut down the cost of production, which is understandable considering how many people don’t even travel to other countries.
While all the talk today revolves around the two Samsung devices which are due to be announced tomorrow, they are not the only big devices that are expected in the coming weeks and months. In fact, there are another two particular devices which are set to arrive soon enough together and these are the two Nexus smartphones. Although, most of the details are still classified as rumors, it does seem fair enough to assume that one is being made by LG and the other by Huawei. The LG one looks to be a refresh of the previous Nexus 5, while the Huawei one looks to be the next major flagship offering. Well, in terms of the Huawei Nexus, the latest coming through suggests that the Huawei Nexus might have one feature that you won’t find on many, if any, devices this year. BGR India are reporting that a source “who has seen the Huawei Nexus” has told them that the device contains a single PCB board supporting all bands.