Google’s Up-coming Nexus Phone

There is a buzz around the tech industry that HTC is going to build the next Nexus smartphone for the Google. The latest image released on the Internet for the Google Nexus future model.

A new picture of the so-called next Nexus phone has been circulating on the web.Still no official confirmation from the tech companies regarding the speculations.

The leaked image of the Nexus model was designed and created based on different sources. The body of the phone contains an aluminium body, instead of poly-carbonate which is earlier present in the Nexus 5x model.

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It is rumored that HTC is planning to design two devices with different screen sizes. Both these smartphones are named as Marlin and Sailfish. Marlin is expected to launch with 5.5 inch Quad HD AMOLED display with a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440.While Sailfish, the smaller of the two is supposed to come with 5 inches Full HD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.

The specifications of this future Google Nexus smartphone might include a Qualcomm processor and 12 MP camera at the rear end along with 8 MP selfie camera.

The Smartphone is powered with 4 GB RAM and internal storage of 32 GB. The phone comes with USB-C port which helps in fast charging and data transfer. The rear end is mounted with a fingerprint scanner.

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Both Marlin and Sailfish phones would run on the stock operating system, the Android Nougat.Some of the key points that might involve in this future model are, the logo on the rear end of the device may or may not come with the letter “G”, and this is not a final decision. The inclusion of HTC logo on the device remains unclear.

The details about the weight and dimensions of the smartphone are not known yet.The actual smartphones may vary with the information mentioned above.To know the exact details we have to wait for official confirmation from either Google or HTC.

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