HTC Nexus Marlin 3D Render Shown Off In Video

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    The next Nexus will arrive later in the fall. It is widely believed that HTC will be the OEM to manufacture two variants of Nexus devices with one being a larger device and another being a smaller device. We have already seen plenty of renders of both devices. Renders have been modeled after "leaked" images. The 3D render shown in the video above shows a sleek and slender premium metal built phone. I would be pretty happy if the Nexus turned out to look like this. How are you liking this design?
     
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    I thought Huawei already confirmed that they were also making a Nexus in 2016?

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    They have publicly announced they will work with Google as long as Google allows.
     
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    It almost have that galaxy nexus look in the curve design.

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    I like the look but will need to see more before I can make it my next considering I have a 6p.

    I really would like for Google (and other manufacturers) to make their smaller devices on par with their larger devices. The only oem doing that right now is Samsung.