The Christmas season will see some of the best tech offerings this year. Many companies want to target the holiday rush for more sales and major launches. Nothing beats the marketing and sales potential of the holidays and Google seems to be aiming for that. There have been countless reports and leaks about the device. With the amount of information about the Nexus 5, it is best to do a roundup of this device to see what people can expect from the upcoming Nexus.
As benchmark reports have pointed out, Nexus 5 will be one of the best Android smartphones on the market. They hype, attention and reported specs about it are all impressive. Despite debates whether it will be featuring Android 4.4 KitKat or Android 5.0, it remains as a handset to watch out for. So what are the updates so far?
Impressive Power Specifications
The Nexus 5 will reportedly pack on some serious power specifications. According to reports, the Nexus 5 may possibly be the most powerful Android smartphone yet. Reports suggest it has better graphics than Apple's iPhone 5 and similar competitors.
It will also have high-definition display resolution. This will allow the device to support more pixels. Other confirmed specifications include Full HD, 5-inch 1080p screen, 13-megapixel rear camera and a Snapdragon 800 CPU. It will also offer 2 to 3GB RAM.
It was also reported that Nexus 5 will feature fingerprint sensors similar to Apple's iPhone 5s. However, people will have to wait for official announcements for it.
There are strong indications that Nexus 5 will be running on Android 4.4 KitKat but a report based on AnTuTu said that it might be possible for the smartphone to get Android 5.0. It still hard to determine whether what was reported about AnTuTu is the real deal or not but it will not be harmful to keep options open.
There are also no official announcements about which brand will carry the next Nexus. There are reports saying the it can be a Motorola-Google partnership. Motorola previously paired with Google to release the Moto X phone. This partnership can be possible and especially for the Nexus 5.
However, one of the most important things to point out is that most devices showing up on benchmarks had official announcements. This Nexus device supposedly running on Key Lime Pie and names Google X still needs further confirmation before any assumptions are made.
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