First rumors of the next Nexus
Nexus 7 is the latest device in the world of Android that Google has launched directly, which came manufactured by ASUS and with a new version of its mobile operating system, called Jelly Bean (v4.1). However, just a couple of months of its launch has already started talking about a new Nexus.
The next Nexus would certainly be a smartphone, and considering that the Galaxy Nexus will soon be a year old, the website has reason to believe SamMobile already working on a new, even more so after the specifications which have been where are some of its features and also it is said that Samsung would be the manufacturer again a Nexus, this being his third.
This new terminal is for the Samsung GT-i9260 code, which for some will be a cold shower to be a slight upgrade from the Galaxy Nexus, as this is the GT-i9250.
As you can see from the table where they compare the new Nexus with Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy S III, the terminal would have a Cortex A9 dual-core 1.5 GHz often produced by an unknown manufacturer. This disappointed a little considering that Samsung already has a family of processors based on Cortex A15 Exynos, featuring increased performance and give much more autonomy to the mobile, as the new Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 (Cortex A15).
Besides this, there is talk of a 4.65 inch screen with Super AMOLED HD panel (1280×720 pixels), the same as the Galaxy Nexus, a screen that your audience has seemed really comfortable and ideal size. The biggest change I noticed in their cameras, as the front becomes 1.9 MP rear camera and is improved from 5 MP to 8 MP.
Would I get a new Android?
Each new Nexus has always been accompanied to a new version of Google’s operating system, so it is said that this would come with Android Key Lime Pie, Jelly Bean successor, which already has been speculating for some time .
But this would be a very risky move for the Mountain View, because if this new smartphone Nexus goes on sale before Christmas, with the aim to exploit this market, means that they would launch a new version of Android in just over 6 months. Unless with Key Lime Pie facilitate things for terminal upgrades and reducing fragmentation, a new Android would fast way behind the platform.Tags: Android, Google Nexus, Samsung