"I can tell you that there will most likely not be any retroactively Daydream-ready phones," said Google's VR division head Clay Bavor.
The tablet is currently available for purchase in Canada, where Rogers and Fido are offering it for CAD 240 (around $185).
While the 5A is powered by a quad-core processor and features a 5-inch display, the Plus variant packs in an octa-core CPU and sports 5.5-inch screen.
The information comes from a yet-unconfirmed report originating in China.
Both devices are equipped with 2GB of RAM and a fingerprint reader and are likely the Redmi 3 and Redmi Note 3 successors.
The schematics reveal the new crop of Apple flagships will be 1mm thicker than the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
There will be a China Telecom version with a superior screen, the other version is an entry-level handset.
Only 1000 units to be made for program members.
The device will carry a price tag of $199 in the US, and will cost €199 in the EMEA region.
The update - which will bump the build number to 23.5.A.1.203 - includes as many as 400 fixes and improvements.
The device will be available in early June, but only in select regions, including (but not limited to) China, Singapore, Korea, Latin America, and Russia.
The update will bring along "camera improvements and additional fixes."
This will be Verizon's version of Motorola's new flagship smartphone for 2016.
The device comes in 32GB and 64GB storage options, costing around $395 and $425, respectively.
Each case has a distinct function - there's one with an extra battery inside, another for better sound, and the last is camera-oriented.
The phone will house a 5.7" Super AMOLED display inside a metal body.
The new flagship offer comes with a big emphasis on audio and with promising specs to partake in the flagship battles.
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