Google tested the waters for venturing into the world of smartphones. The company was able to establish a solid tech-savvy fanbase despite huge competitors like Samsung and Apple. The latest flagship phones- called the Google Nexus 2016 are about to debut soon.

But first, let us take a look at the design, specifications, and features. Aside from the fact that the Nexus phones are first when it comes to Android updates, Google promises to make a huge leap on this much-awaited device.

There have been rumors that the upcoming HTC product is hiding under the codes Marlin and Sailfish. As per BGR, the design is a mixture of metal and plastic.

According to the sources, the Marlin will bear the metal design while the Sailfish will sport the plastic. Additionally, YouTube channel Techconfigurations shared a glimpse of the flagship model.

The video sums up all the leaks from different websites. As a result, the presentation provides an impressive 3d feature of the possible design for the Google Nexus 2016 phones.

BGR was also impressed, citing its similarities to the HTC 10. However, the website corrected one spec that the video mentioned. Instead of having the Snapdragon 820/822 mobile CPU, it might have a Snapdragon 820/821 version.

On the other hand, Android Police addressed the question about the “crazy home button” that the Google Nexus 2016 phone could have. The website got a hold of a GIF that eased the public’s confusion.

According to the website, Google indicated the four-colored dots design to introduce its new Assistant. It might probably be via “Now and On Top functions, as written on the report.

The people may have overlooked it, but Google has been teasing it for quite a while. A source revealed that the four little dots will go away altogether once you turn off the phone.

However, Google might still develop this new feature. Meanwhile, the release date for the Google Nexus 2016 could fall in October so stay tuned. Catch the impressive take on the design below: