The site reports that Google will follow up the Nexus 5 with an LG-built 5.2-inch device, dubbed ‘Angler’. Internally, the phone is expected to sport a Snapdragon 808 chip and a 2,700mAh battery. The Nexus 5 was a huge success because of it’s price point, and Google plans on recreating that success by pricing Angler at around the $350-$400 price tag.
The second phone Google is planning to release is dubbed ‘Bullhead’, another piscine-coded device. Bullhead is rumoured to be a Hauawei-built phone with a huge 5.7-inch display, probably a QHD panel, powered by the Snapdragon 810 chip and a 3,500mAh battery. While Bullhead will be smaller than the Nexus 6, I still think it’s huge.
The specs of this two devices are not confirmed, but we’re working on the assumption that Google has a capacity to work on two Nexus smartphones this year. This is supported by the fact that Android Police reports that Google will not be releasing a tablet this year and instead, they will focus on improving the software in the Nexus 9.
As per the normal timelines for Nexus phones, both Angler and Bullhead are expected to come around October and November-ish.