Google has been working with different partners for its Nexus line, but the company recently expressed its intention for a longer partnership with LG.

While initial reviews of the new Nexus products suggest that Google is back on track with its best possible series yet, the tech giant has stepped out to express its confidence in LG and its capacity to build Nexus smartphones.

"We really like working with the LG team," Google's Android Engineering Vice President Dave Burke explained via a video press conference at the company's office in Seoul on Wednesday. "I think LG and Google look at the market the same way, so we are very good partners."

The Google executive also praised LG's advanced electronics, saying that Google's engineers have built a good chemistry with LG's team in the course of the projects.

"Our engineers are almost fans of LG engineers, so it is a very good team dynamics," the official added.

With the company no longer waiting on the sidelines for people to notice its phones - putting out advertising campaigns, and commercials during NFL games - Google's recent statements about LG could be a possible testament to more upcoming Nexus reference phones.

On Sep. 29, Google released two new Nexus phones: the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P. The Nexus 6P is a product of Google's collaboration with Huawei. It is a more expensive and premium version compared to the 5X.

Specs sheet for the 5X says it comes with 5.2-inch screen with premium injection moulded polycarbonate, Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 2GB of memory, 2,700 milliamp-hour battery along with two memory options: 16GB or 32GB. The latter requires an added price.

Fortune's review suggests that it is a line that Google may be finally proud of, although at the end of the day, consumers' preferences still determine what devices they get.

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