These are possible specs for Sailfish, one of HTC’s Nexus phones


When the calendar turned to 2016, a rumor came out saying HTC would be making two Nexus phones for Google later in the year. Now we’re nearing the usual September/October/November launch for Nexus devices and information regarding Google and HTC’s plans is coming out.

The phones, known internally as Marlin (M1) and Sailfish (S1), will be just like last year’s Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P representing different segments of the market. While Marlin will be a high-end phone, Sailfish will tone things down only slightly to give consumers an attractive price for a phone from Google.

Today, we’re telling you about specifications for Sailfish.

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If you’re already proficient at JavaScript, you might be interested in adding another library to your arsenal of skills. ReactJS is an open-source JavaScript library for creating user interfaces. Facebook built React wanting to solve the problem of building large-scale applications with data that changes over time. React makes the process so much easier, as it’ll automatically manage all of your UI updates as underlying data changes.

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