Reference to “Nexus Protect” has been spotted all over the Google Play Store which leads many of us to believe a new product protection plan is in the works. The reference surrounds a requirement the Big G has if you plan on purchasing one of many different products within the Play Store. We tried to determine what exactly Nexus Protect really is, but nothing noted truly defines it.
This leads many of us to speculate Google is planning on launching a brand new product protection plan much like Apple’s AppleCare product protection. It seems like Google’s plan works with all sorts of products you put into your shopping cart including smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, etc…, but doesn’t look to be entirely live as of yet.
The new Google Nexus Protect may just be waiting for two of their newer smartphones that are due to be announced on September 29th. Both the Huawei and LG made Nexus 6 and Nexus 5 (2015) smartphones are expected to be unveiled on the 29th which makes this date a likely launch day for Nexus Protect.
The idea is intriguing, and one that makes the most sense considering the popularity of shopping directly on Google’s Play Store. The product protection may either be available for online consumers or those shopping in specific regions throughout the world.
Whatever the case may be, we’re expecting the official Nexus Protect announcement to come very soon as evidenced by the amount of reference material noted on the online store. Whenever this comes, you can expect to see all the info here, first.