Yet another new LG made Nexus smartphone is on the cards and according to the report emerged from the South Korean publication, iNews24 suggests that the next generation Nexus phone would be once again be coming from LG and will sport a 3D camera running on Android M.
So it looks like LG is back again, with the company’s previous effort being the Nexus 5. Now that we wonder what exactly we are going to get with the new comer. As far as the LG Nexus handset is concerned, reports already aired, revealing some additional details.
Like the new LG Nexus will be launched in October, and which is not gonna surprise anyone, because the predecessors Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 were announced on the same months earlier. But what catching here is that the LG’s new Nexus phone will come with a 3D-centric camera, which presumably be similar to what HTC had with the One M8, where there was a dual camera setup to allow greater depth in capturing photos and also can focus adjustments similar to the Lytro’s features. And will include 3D-based graphics and a user friendly UI.
On the phone’s software side, it is expected to see Android M pre-installed. Under the hood it is powered packed by a Snapdragon 810 SoC from Qualcomm. However, we can’t take this prediction as a true live confirmed info from Google, but its also said that Huawei-made Nexus (Bullhead) is in front of the search giant creation, that comes with a 5.7-inch qHD 2K display and runs on S810 chipset.
Point to be noted, and that is these oft-mentioned rumors are to officially confirmed so take this information with a pinh of salt for now. Stay tuned!