Each year, during a release of a new Android OS version, Google also unveils new Nexus devices that come with the latest version pre-installed. While there are some rumors on the new Nexus devices and Android N, new information shows that Google will also release a new support app with some very useful tools.

Google’s new support application will work only on Nexus smartphones, according to a new report from Android Police. The report reveals that Google is currently working on an app for live support on Nexus devices, one that would allow users to share screenshots in real time.

The app is called “Google Support” and will allow users to get help from technicians whenever they encounter a problem with their Nexus phones. The only condition seems to be the fact that those Nexus devices should be bought online.

Google Support could be launched together with the two new Nexus devices

The report doesn’t really provide any more details on the application, but it does suggest that most likely the app will be launched alongside Android N and the two new Nexus devices.

Speaking of Android N, Google has yet to announce a release date for its latest operating system but considering that Developer Preview 4 was already released a few days ago, the final and stable version of the OS should come in a few months.

Some details on the upcoming Android N have surfaced online and it seems that Google will also be making some changes to the navigation bar inside Nexus devices, as it did back in 2014 with Lollipop.

HTC is expected to launch the two upcoming Nexus smartphones this year, dubbed Sailfish and Merlin. Specs for Sailfish leaked a few hours ago and revealed that it will be the smallest of the two phones, with a 5-inch 1080p display with a pixel density of 440ppi. It should also come with a 2770mAh battery, 4GB of RAM and a 12MP camera in the back.

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