Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Google’s upcoming Nexus Sailfish smartphone shines in blurry photo

So you though that Nexus Renders have nothing to do with realty then you might be probably wrong because the two upcoming Nexus devices are codenamed Marlin and Sailfish real-life images has been leaked and they are highly based upon the previous Nexus Renders.

First the photo were reported by Android Police, shows the front, back and the two sides of the Nexus Sailfish and now Mysterious Nexus leaker @usbfl posted yet another photo on Twitter.

The picture also suggests that the two Nexus phones might be made of different materials – metal and glass for the bigger device and plastic for the smaller. We think that the overall design is very Nexus 5X-like, albeit with a metal body and a fingerprint scanner at the back

The smartphones will feature a 5-inch and 5.5-inch displays, and interestingly, Google will replace the Nexus logo at the back with a ‘G’. If true, it is clear that Google is taking more control over the Nexus lineup this year and wants to ensure that the Nexus devices remain a premium offering.

The Sailfish is said to be the smaller Nexus with a 5.0" 1080p display, Snapdragon 820 (or later) chip with 4GB RAM, a 12MP main camera, and a 2,770 mAh battery. Its Marlin sibling will up the screen size and resolution to 5.5" and Quad HD, while retains the same rest of feature. The storage and battery capacity will be beefier, than Salfish.

Some Nexus fans were not happy with the design when previously the Renders were leaked and now it is almost confirmed that the new Nexus will be heavily based upon the renders only, don’t know what will be there reaction but at the time you can tell us how do you like the new Nexus? In our comment section