Google upcoming smartphone of its Nexus series dubbed as "Nexus 5" could have Nikon camera technology on board, with a "triple sensor" array.
The camera is being referred to as the "selling point" of the Nexus 5, reports Phonearena quoting a source. According to the tipster, the specifications for the Nexus 5, including: a 5-inch display capable of 1080p output, a Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB RAM, an 8 or 16GB storage options, a 3140 mAh battery.
These refute the claim of about a 5.2-inch Full HD (1920x1080px) OLED display, LG Nexus device, with a 3GB of RAM supposedly on board.
"The supposed to be handset codenamed 'Megalodon' is said to feature a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU, a 2.1MP camera up front, capable of recording 1080p video at 30fps, and a 16MP shooter around the back, offering 1080p video recording at 60fps, or 4K (yes, 4K) recording at 30fps," reports Android And Me.
Additional features such as an integrated DVB-T television antenna, 3300mAh battery, front stereo speakers and gesture controls is supposedly due to launch in October.
For, Google has just released a new television commerical of its Nexus 10.
The ad features a young couple through nine months of pregnancy as they plan for their new bundle of joy and discuss what to name the baby boy.
However, if you scroll through the comments of the just-posted one minute ad, you will find something interesting. Commentor Ram Gadde points out that "sex determination of fetus is prohibited in India". He then later opines that he thinks, for that reason, "this ad will be banned in India".