Next Nexus Smartphone coming from LG

The rumors chefs speculate for weeks about it now is - at least according to CNET - certain: Google's next Nexus smartphone is manufactured by LG. The Nexus devices are popular among Android fans, because they offer the equipment manufacturer unchanged Android operating system and are powered directly from Google with updates - conventional Android phones, it can take the updates even a few months when they are because ever come.

Gives reliable information on the specifications, it is not, CNET is merely ensures that the yet unnamed Nexus device builds on the Optimus G, but still "is adjusted so that it in the Nexus series" suits. According to CNET, it is officially announced, "end of October" - possibly as part of the All-Things Digital conference on 29 October. The Optimus offers G LTE support, a 4.7-inch IPS LCD display with 768 × 1280 pixels, and with a clocked with 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor (APQ 8064).

The Android news site Modaco to have learned from "multiple sources" that the device only in an 8 - is delivered and 16-gigabyte version and no MicroSD slot is fitted. In addition, the battery is not replaceable. Instead, the 13-megapixel camera of the Nexus Optimus G variant is supposed to give only 8 megapixels. For this will be the new Nexus smartphone can charge wirelessly via induction. The operating system is not yet announced the Android 4.2 are used.

The LG Nexus must however not be left alone: Back in May had the Wall Street Journal reported that Google wants to change its strategy and Nexus parallel work with several manufacturers. In the article it said that even on Thanksgiving (November 22) more Nexus phones could be on the market.

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