A few weeks ago, rumors of Google’s next smartphone, the Nexus III, surfaced, and now a smartphone concept design based on the rumored phone appeared.
Designer Leonardo Ferraz created an incredible design for the Google Nexus III smartphone, a quad-core smartphone that runs on Android 2.4 Ice Cream sandwich. The device sports a 4.5 inch display and has a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. It also features an 8-megapixel CCD camera that sports a dual flash (Xenon and LED). Its camera can also record 1080p resolution videos.
Inside the phone, an Nvidia Kal-El quad-core processor can be found. The phone also has a 32/64 GB of internal memory. The phone’s connectivity includes NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HDMI out and GPS.
According to a Google+ fan site on Facebook, the Nexus III will feature a dedicated Google+ button, which provides once touch access to the content on Google’s social networking site. This button will not be an inclusion in the phone’s software, but will be a physical button solely for the service.
The page also reported that HTC will now manufacture the next-generation device, instead of previously reported Samsung Electronics Co. The post said: “We saw the official Google phone series. Firstly, the HTC Nexus One, then the Samsung Nexus S. The third Nexus – Nexus III will be manufactured by HTC and will have a special one click sharing button for Google+.”
There are no official announcements for the Nexus III at this time, but we are expecting something from Google anytime soon.
via: Concept Phones