Google’s next Nexus smartphone is underway and it’ll be out in the late autumn, carrying some impressive specs and Android 4.0 (the improbably named Ice Cream Sandwich).
So Boy Genius Report reckons, with an exclusive revelation from a source that the Nexus 4G, as it may be called, will carry LTE.
BGR describes the handset as a “beast” with at least a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and possibly 1.5GHz, potentially a highly power-friendly 28nm Krait-based Snapdragon.
A large “monster” 720p HD display is also promised, with no menu buttons on the hardware itself, all of them being situated on the screen. Whether monster means that the display will be much bigger than 4 inches, maybe even closer to 5 inches, we shall have to see.
Twin cameras will be on board, 5 megapixel and 1 megapixel, with the main camera being capable of 1080p video capture. The device will be ultra-slim and come with Ice Cream Sandwich on board.
The target date for release is November in the US, so we should see the phone out shortly afterwards over here. Providing all this isn’t way off the mark, of course.