Tuesday, May 7, 2013

New Google Nexus Handset In The Works

LG Nexus 4
LG Nexus 4
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A new Google Nexus handset may be in the works if a recent report will be proven to be accurate.

The report posted on the Korea Times revealed that Google was discussing a number of things with LG and one of the topics that they discussed was the upcoming device. The two companies were able to work together before when they released the Google Nexus 4, which was among the more widely-accepted Android-powered smartphones in the market.

The Nexus brand is typically used by Google on a number of specific devices every year. The online search giant has worked with other companies aside from LG in the development of these devices. Apparently, Google will once again collaborate with LG in the development of the new Google Nexus handset.

Earlier reports had hinted at the possibility that Google was assessing a number of products from some manufacturers to find out the most suitable partner in the development of the upcoming model of the smartphone. A device from LG, which was given the codename “Megalodon,” was the most promising among all the devices that were evaluated. The reports hinted at the possibility that the upcoming smartphone may feature a display screen measuring 5.2 inches and will feature a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon processor, 3GB RAM, and a 16MP camera at the back.

No statements were issued by either Google or LG in connection to the report about the new Google Nexus handset.

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