According to AndroidPolice, HTC device codename “Sailfish” might be the successor of Nexus 5X with better than mid range specifications. According to AP, the specs of this new device are 80% confirmed, which means that the new Nexus will come with 5.0 inch display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. No doubt that it will be having the latest version of Android Marshmallow, or Android N, whichever will be available at the time of release.
It will be powered by a 2.0GHz quad core processor, might be Snapdragon 821 or 821 with 4GB of RAM. The internal storage is 32GB, but it might come in other memory variants also, like, 64GB or 128GB.
HTC “Sailfish” Leaked Specifications
- Display: 5.0 inch
- Resolution: 1920×1080 pixels
- Operating System: Android Marshmallow or Android N
- RAM: 4GB
- Processor: Quad-core 2.0GHz
- GPU: NA
- Internal Storage: 32GB
- Battery: 2,770mAh
- Primary Camera: 12MP
- Secondary Camera: 8MP
According to the leak, the new Nexus will carry a 2,770mAh battery with quick charge support. As expected, it will feature fingerprint sensors, USB Type-C port and NFC. Coming down to camera, it will possess a 12MP camera at back and a 8MP camera at front. These are just the leaked specifications, and more details will only be available in future when more sources are able to provide renders and benchmarks of this new Nexus.
The design and build quality of the device has not been revealed yet, but it is expected that it will carry a similar build quality like Nexus 5X with metal frames. When it comes to pricing, the new HTC Nexus might carry high pricing than current Nexus 5X, as HTC is always a bit costlier than other manufacturers.
Just to recall, LG Nexus 5X was released back in October 2015 with 5.2 inch full HD display. It is equipped with Snapdragon 808 and 2GB RAM. It also feature the fingerprint sensors and USB Type-C port with quick charge support. Nexus 5X has a similar 2700 mAh battery. It has 12.3 MP primary camera with laser focus and a 5MP front facing camera.
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