Friday, 29 March 2013

Rumors: Nexus 5 Will Flaunts 5 inch HD Screen with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, 2 GB reRam, 9 MP (CCD) Camera

The Nexus 5, the supposed name for the next-generation Nexus smartphone by Google, might be a device totally different than the rest of the high-end Androids. We have now heard several sets of specs rumored for the Nexus 5, each different from each other and in the latest leak yesterday we told of a source who claims the Nexus 5 is going to be very much all about the camera but may then lack a 1080p display and again will have no expandable storage. But What It Has Is Amazing......

The majority of high-end Android smartphones released in 2013, including the Sony Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy S4 and the delayed HTC One, use a high-resolution 1,080x1,920 Full HD display. Google's current Nexus 4 handset, however, uses a 768x1,280 resolution panel - one of the many reasons the handset is priced at almost half that of the competition.

According to an anonymous source speaking to Phone Arena, The Nexus 5 will continue this pattern and stick with a 720p in-plane switching (IPS) display - despite claims to the contrary. At 4.5in, the lower-resolution screen will allegedly take up 88 per cent of the front of the device - more than any other phone on the market, and very close to the 'edge-to-edge' promises that have been made by companies in the past.

Behind the screen, the site's source claims, should be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor running at 1.5GHz, non-upgradeable storage, and a high-capacity 2,800mAh battery. The rear of the handset is rumoured to include a nine-megapixel charge-coupled device (CCD) camera sensor - an unlikely switch from the more common CMOS sensor type found in most smartphones today.

Design and build wise this Nexus 5 uses both polycarbonate and anodized aluminum for a premium look and feel. It has an ArcTouch sensor at the bottom of the device that glows when notifications arrive and the Home Button is this same area and there’s also a small sensor on the right of the phone that is used both for navigation and for volume. 

It runs on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie and includes features such as Google Voice 2, Google Keep. It Features are 2800 mAh battery, hexaband connectivity, microSD, microSIM and HDMI port & Stereo Speaker with BassPlus Technology.

For the Nexus 5 release, it is reported to have a launch on May 15 then make its official appearance in the Google Play Store on June or July. Google is not a company that needs to rush things. It has the resources that allow it to build an idea gradually, like we’re seeing with Google Glass, which has been taking its sweet time in maturing from a concept, to developer hardware, and finally to a commercial product later this year. Google, for its part, is keeping its cards close to its chest, refusing to discuss plans for a Nexus 4 replacement.

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