Here’s an interesting rumor out of China: iSuppli researcher Kevin Yang posted on Weibo on Wednesday that Huawei will be making a Nexus device this coming fall. The post has since been deleted.
Huawei isn’t a household name in the United States, but it actually makes a good deal of sense that Google would contract with the Chinese electronics giant. Here’s why:
Huawei has promised its American phones will come with stock Android
Speaking to the Verge, Huawei’s consumer boss Richard Yu said that Huawei’s stateside phones will come with “stock Android” instead of Huawei’s version because “American consumers trust Google.”
“If you have a problem you can check with Google,” Yu told the Verge. That sounds a lot like Huawei phones will be able to tap into Google Play support, like the Device Assist app, which is only available for certain devices, such as the Nexus line, usually sold…
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